36 Min Released Jul 20, 2018

Good immigrants and The World Cup

In this week’s episode, special guest host Sara Yasin steps in to discuss the most burning questions we all have about the World Cup. Like: who do you root for when there’s only European nations left in the tourney? Can we use colonial injustices as a rubric to decide when the majority of the players are immigrants from ex-colonial states? How can you create a future Palestinian soccer team when there’s never been one before? She brings on BuzzFeed News’ Kovie Biakolo and AJ+’s Aisha Gani on to reflect on this year’s games.

Watch Aisha’s piece on the World Cup and the England flag here: Read Bim's essay: Follow Sara @sarayasin
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