“Because I’m a black woman”

The war and the inertia in several parts of the Ivory Coast have caused the migration of young Ivorian Daniela. She settled down in Tunisia. \r\n\r\nDaniela suffers from several daily problems in Tunisia. Society has not accepted her existence because of the color of her skin. She also does not have a stable job.\r\n\r\nModeration & Production: Soulaimane Bakbach + Olfa Arfaoui \r\n\r\nInterview Partners: Daniela (pseudonym) \r\n\r\nTranslation of the transcript: Olfa Arfaoui (Arabic – English), Linda Frankenthal (English – German) \r\n\r\nDubbing Artists: Ilham (Nickname), Soulaimane Bakbach, Linda Frankenthal (English), Katrin Sarah Schäfer, Linda Frankenthal, Jannick Duschka (German) \r\n\r\nAswatona Podcast was created in the frame of the project “Our Voices”. This project is implemented by Nahostcast e.V. and MitOst e.V. and supported by the German Federal Foreign Office. Find more information on www.nahostcast.de or www.mitost.org.


Olfa Arfaoui
Soulaimane Bakbach
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