March 19, 2024

EP. 206 — Brave Expression with Africa Brooke

Jameela welcomes Africa Brooke (“Beyond The Self” Podcast Series) to discuss the collective sabotage of call out culture, what Africa did as she realized how intolerant her own audience had become, and what we can learn from Carl Jung about online personas and how we behave online. In this important conversation, they also talk about their own identities and how they’ve reshaped and rediscovered what it means to be authentic.


Africa’s book The Third Perspective: Brave Expression in The Age of Intolerance is available via pre order here:


You can follow Africa on IG @africabrooke



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