Get ready for a laughter-filled adventure as we embark on a journey with Otako, a talented Ugandan artist, who spreads joy across borders. In this captivating episode, we delve into the concept of systemic racism and its impact on minority communities in their day-to-day lives. From airport interrogations to an unexpected train encounter, Otako's story sheds light on the pervasive issue of racism. But it's not all serious—discover the incredible power of laughter and unity as we challenge the absurdity of prejudice and discrimination. Join us on this uplifting voyage of "Life is Too Short to Live It as a Racist," where we stand together to build a future of equality and inclusivity. Let's laugh, learn, and unite against systemic racism, one punchline at a time!Support the show
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