Greetings Glocal Citizens! Last weekend, June 19th marked a more widespread interest and awareness around the observance of Juneteenth, the day when slavery ended in “earnest” for black people in America. I mention this in the context of my guest this week, Muhammida El Muhajir, because, the global mood has landed squarely on ideas of liberation, liberation in the most basic form—a freedom to breath. For Muhammida, that meant becoming borderless and crafting a life founded in the safety and security of Accra, Ghana. Born and raised in the US, Muhammida relocated to Ghana in 2014 and has not looked back. She is a magical marketer and is taking the digital PR and marketing space to new levels in Ghana and beyond. You’ll truly enjoy and pick up many insights on how to transition from inertia to inspiration in this discussion with another certified Glocal Citizen.
Where to find Muhammida and Wax Print Media?
After the El Muhajir touch: