A society & culture podcast from Jason Diakité and Marcus Samuelsson
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For the first time in centuries, the entire world is simultaneously confronting two global issues: the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Black Lives Matters protests. Speaking from two of the most significant epicenters of these issues, Stockholm and New York City, influential musical artist Jason Diakite aka Timbuktu and internationally renowned Chef Marcus Samuelsson examine the fascinating current events through the lenses of their respective current countries, their deep roots in both places and the thoughtfulness of two of the world’s most respected creative artists in their fields. Together, along with their vast network of compelling global guests, they are able to uniquely capture This Moment for us all.
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