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KERB On The Inside Podcast : E8

Jollof, tokenism and representation (with Tieyan Eweka-Olorunfemi & Samuel Olorunfemi)

We have always liked to think of KERB as a space for democratic cooking and democratic eating. A glorious representation of London and its many cultures. But are we really? In our efforts at building greater awareness and change around racial equity, inside and outside our company, I want to talk to some of the black business owners in the KERB community about how inclusive it is...

Podcast Summary (It's way better to listen)

We have always liked to think of KERB as a space for democratic cooking and democratic eating. A glorious representation of London and its many cultures.

But are we really?

In our efforts at building greater awareness and change around racial equity, inside and outside our company, I want to talk to some of the black business owners in the KERB community about how inclusive it is: what obstacles they’ve experienced due to racism and what changes are necessary for a more equitable industry.

This week I’m joined by husband and wife team, Tieyan Eweka-Olorunfemi & her husband Sam of Jollof Mama (run, don’t walk to their Instagram to get some of their jollof direct to your home after listening).

Hosted by KERB founder Petra Barran, with audio production from KERB stalwart Robin Leeburn of Fairly Media and music ℅ pioneer of the UK grime scene, Tottenham’s very own Meridian Dan.