From an episode of RepresentedPresented by Bez Zewdie

Interview

Represented: How creative collective SOUL ALPHABET are platforming underrepresented talent

"This biggest thing that needs to happen is that people need to stop assuming the reason why there's not enough [Bla(c)k and Brown] DJs or producers, or writers is because...they're just not out there. [Bla(c)k and Brown] people are here." - Linda Iriza, Director of SOUL ALPHABET

On this special broadcast celebrating one year of Represented, presenter Bez Zewdie is joined by Linda Iriza, a youth worker and director of the Boorloo/Perth-based creative collective, SOUL ALPHABET. It’s a platform run by Afrikan women that supports Bla(c)k and Brown communities through art, music and other creative work. They chat about the amazing work the collective are doing to foster and platform underrepresented talent.

Photo: Tasha Faye

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