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GBA 98 Natti

Getting Better Acquainted on February 06, 2013 16:41

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In GBA 98 we get better acquainted with Natti. She talks writing, leaving her job, race, identity, faith, class, gender, politics, change, being part of the early days of Occupy London Stock Exchange and more.

This is one of the conversations where I end up talking a lot. Some guests have referred to doing GBA as a therapeutic experience. I found this one a bit like therapy myself. We get into the big questions but in a really personal and human way.

This episode was recorded over a year ago; this is worth bearing in mind for two reasons:
1. Much of the conversation touches on events and movements that were current at the time but have evolved since then.
2. This is a conversation where both parties are feeling out their ideas about the world, both of us will have changed our positions in some ways based on new things we have learnt or thought.

Natti plugs:

Her writing (Here is some old stuff:

and Occupy London Stock Exchange (now updated to Occupy London):

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