Zeze Millz
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Jameela celebrates the 200th episode of the podcast with the outspoken and unapologetic cultural commentator, UK presenter and Youtube star, Zeze Millz!  Jameela chats with Zeze about where her activism started (and how it defined her voice as a third-generation Black-British woman), the importance of disagreement and debate in modern media and how having hard conversations helps fuel our minds. The two then discuss advocating for injustice in their work and their communities, along with a deep look at what the pressure of success does to young women. Plus, they wonder what Joan of Arc and Mother Teresa's social lives were like.  Check out Zeze Millz on Instagram and X @zezemillz and on Youtube @zezemillz6701
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