GayTalk 2.0 – Episode 215 – A Gay Man’s Journey: From West Africa to the U.S.A

On today’s episode, the cast dives into an uncomfortable but necessary conversation regarding race, white privilege and gentrification. This conversation carries us all the way through break.

After the break, we are joined by Edafe Okporo, a West African gay man who is living in the United States of America as refugee. His journey is one of strength, perseverance and struggle which leaves the cast emotionally shaken as he describes moments of his journey.

About our Guest

Edafe Okporo

Executive Director of RDJ Refugee Shelter In Harlem

He’s a gay man, a refugee, & a public speaker championing on how to build a diverse and inclusive work place culture & teaching others on how to build bridges to marginalized communities.

Mama Kim’s Minute

These are stories shared with us by our beloved Mama Kim. Every week Kim sends us stories from a variety of publications that are specifically related to the LGBTQ community and are a great way to stay on top of what’s going on in the community.

  1. Hungary Removes Ban On Gay and Bi Men Donating Blood.
  2. NYC’s Potter’s field on Hart Island.
  3. Germany Has Banned Conversion Therapy In Minors.
  4. That time a lesbian couple found a note from a neighborhood kid on the front door.
  5. Betty White is coming back to television. Finally there’s good news in 2020.

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