In this episode, Farah and Breny meet with Rabih Azad-Ahmad, a Palestinian refugee who was born in Lebanon but grew up in Denmark, to discuss the notion of home and culture.
Once a resident of the socially-disadvantaged area, Gellerup, Rabih begins his story as a young teenage immigrant trying to find a home in the Scandinavian country. As he grows up, his identity and professional pursuit become more clear.
Although questions of identity, interacting cultures, and the concept of home are always difficult to answer for any immigrant, this episode unravels Rabih’s answers to these questions, presenting his perspective as a multicultural activist and politician.
Today, Rabih is an active local politician in Aarhus, currently serving as the Culture and Civil Service Adviser to the Mayor.
Tune in to listen to his story.
Disclaimer: While the topic is serious, Breny and Farah keep it light through humorous but substantial conversation.