44 Min Released Apr 13, 2017

Episode 20: In Conclusion...

Colonialism! Hip-hop! Appropriation! It’s a bit of all of the above in this episode. Ahmed talks to Mona Haydar about the video for her song Hijabi, what it means for a Syrian-American to rap, and dealing with microaggressions. Then, Ahmed plays a game of “Did the English Steal This Word From Your People?” with real-life meme, college freshman, and artist of bitterness Kiren Rizvi.

Follow Mona @mona_haydar
Follow Kiren @gothistani
Follow Ahmed at @radbrowndads
Watch Mona's video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOX9O_kVPeo
Learn why Kiren is so bitter here: https://twitter.com/gothistani/status/692686175602151424?lang=en
Follow the show at @seesomething and facebook.com/seesomethingpodcast,
Subscribe to our newsletter buzzfeed.com/seesomethingsaysomething/newsletter,
Find more episodes at buzzfeed.com/seesomethingsaysomething,
Email us at saysomething@buzzfeed.com.
Our music is by The Kominas. Follow them at @TheRealKominas and kominas.bandcamp.com

Find the audience survey at survey.panoply.fm.

See Something Say Something

See Something Say Something

Every week, BuzzFeed’s Ahmed Ali Akbar gathers folks together to drink tea, tell stories, and talk about being Muslim in America.

Go To Show Page

More Episodes

Soccer Scandals; Greek Tragedies; Abenomics

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

This week on Foreign Edition, Bret Stephens and Joe Sternberg discuss soccer scandals, Greek tragedies and Japanese stories of economic hope.

16 Min

Jun 2, 2015

Cut through the static with new tech podcast

WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Podcasts is launching a new tech podcast so check back shortly.

0 Min

Sep 22, 2015

The Doomed Youth Edition

Slate Money

Slate Money discusses the reality of China’s school systems, online media’s role in spreading ISIS propaganda, and lead poisoning.

43 Min

Dec 24, 2016