VIDEO: “America Is Like A White-Washed Grave, The Rot In There Is Worst That Out Here” Bri Wireduah On Police Brutality

by Nana Tamakloe
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I had the pleasure to speak to the one and only Ghanaian fashion designer, Bri Wireduah. The interview was conducted about a month ago and we touched on various topics ranging from designing, to police brutality to celebrities to abusive relationships.

Due to the time the interview was conducted, certain references might seem outdated, however to content still stands. In our discussion about police brutality, the fashion designer shared her opinion on what the way forward with black America was.

How discussion was orchestrated before it became very obvious the black lives matter movement was hijacked by Antifa and the LGBTQ community. Never the less upon the perspective at the current time, Bri Wireduah shared some interesting perspectives on what the way forward for African Americans was, how Africa could be involved, her thoughts on the argument of Black on Black crime as a counter discussion to police brutality and lastly the false pretence that America is a wonderful place to live.

Watch below.


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