How I connect to my unique place in history, by Zuri Adele
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Actress Zuri Adele, known for playing Malika Williams on the popular Freeform show Good Trouble, spent parts of her childhood largely isolated. But while attending Spelman College in Atlanta, Zuri becomes immersed in the rich history and ritual of the African diaspora. This week, Zuri shows us how embracing her community and her unique place in history allows her to trade her feelings of isolation for connection. Listen to Morgan Harper Nichols' episode of Meditative Story, "Belonging can be found far from home": ​​ Find Zuri on Instagram here: Each episode of Meditative Story combines the emotional pull of first-person storytelling with immersive music and gentle mindfulness prompts. Read the transcript for this story: Sign up for the Meditative Story newsletter: See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
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