EPISODE #6 | Kesai Feels His Feelings
For many who identify as multiracial, being split between two cultures is cause for some much-needed soul searching. For Kesai, not having any connection with his father or other Black family members made it even harder to understand that part of his identity.
Looking back, I think it was in that moment when I was eight when I had the emotional breakdown that turned into an emotional breakthrough, that I was finally at peace not knowing my dad…My happiness isn’t dependent on knowing my father, it’s dependent on knowing me.
This is Episode 6, Season 2 of The TMI Project Podcast: Black Stories Matter featuring TMI Project storyteller Kesai Reddick. This episode was produced by Hayley Downs and mixed by Marlan Barry. It was co-produced by Radio Kingston. Special thanks to Ida Hakkila, Nate Brogan, Kale Kaposhilin, Jimmy Buff, and North Guild Productions.
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