EPISODE REPLAY: Unpacking "Under-Recognized" with Chloe Nwangwu

EPISODE REPLAY: Unpacking "Under-Recognized" with Chloe Nwangwu

Under-represented or under-recognized? My brain exploded during this conversation with N. Chloe Nwangwu. 

Listen to the show, and you’ll hear the moment it happens. When Chloe introduced the term ‘under-recognized’ in our conversation, I immediately understood how that framing moved the onus - aka the responsibility and the lack - away from the people fighting against it - and TOWARD the people who have the biases. And in doing so, the term signals WHO should be doing the work. 

HINT: It’s NOT the people who are regularly shut out of media narratives but the traditional gatekeepers. But there’s good news! 

Listen to my conversation with Chloe to find out what the solution is!

Christabel Nsiah-Buadi

Relive the enlightening conversation that sparked new insights and perspectives on the term "under-recognized." Join us on Audio Diaspora as we replay the dynamic exchange between host Christabel Nsiah-Buadi and guest Chloé Nwangwu, also known as "The Brand Scientist."

Explore Chloé's academic journey, from her studies in global development to her expertise in behavioral science and mediation. Dive into her innovative strategies for empowering brands and amplifying marginalized voices in a world shaped by technology and biases.

With insights into Chloé's family legacy and her pioneering work in conflict resolution, this episode invites you to reconsider notions of representation and visibility in today's media landscape.

Don't miss out on this thought-provoking replay of Audio Diaspora with Christabel Nsiah-Buadi and discover how Chloé Nwangwu continues to reshape narratives and advocate for equity, one conversation at a time.

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