Can You Hear Me Now? Louisa Onomé
Originally aired on October 24
Re-release November 30
The phrase can you hear me now? has become ubiquitous in the age of digital meetings, but also speaks to global movements for change that call for marginalized voices to be represented, celebrated and heard. TIFA is proud to present a new collection of writing that responds to this phrase, penned by some of the world’s most distinct voices. Tune in daily to hear authors read their newly commissioned work.
Nigerian-Canadian author Louisa Onomé joins us in this pre-recorded reading of her piece called “To Be Seen, To Be Heard, To Be Human”. Reflecting on her experience in the pandemic and the revelations that have come with it, Onomé will share her considerations for what the future will look like as we reconnect.
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