The danger of a single story
There is a hidden danger when we assume that we know someone without ever having contact with them or having a limited encounter with them. The same goes for our beliefs about the places that we've been or the things we've never got to taste, smell, touch, hear or see. What we feel we know about someone else shouldn't be based on one single factor. People are multidimensional and complex. Learn in this powerful TedTalk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche why there is danger in a single story.
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