The Accidental Arab

The Accidental Arab

My life was set up to be semi-normal until I found myself in the middle of Saudi Arabia as a Black American girl. I accidentally grew up more Arab than American. This podcast is a look inside of my experiences, trials, and breakthroughs of drifting between two identities. You'll also get to step into other people's lives through their own third-culture stories. Join us to listen to our journeys of acceptance.

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March 4, 2021 22 min
There was a time that I lied about my identity. And I know I'm not the only one. Many do it for different reasons...and here's mine.

~ @CyberFareedah
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Hajara and I grew up together in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In this episode, we talk to each other for the first time in over 10 years! We cover everything from being a black kid in Saudi to our shock at the lack of privacy we have in the US.

Join us for this trip down memory lane!

- @CyberFareedah
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January 6, 2021 19 min
I always get asked, "Now why the heck were you in Saudi Arabia?"....so now here is the story.
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Let's go backstage with "The Accidental Arab" aka "CyberFareedah" aka "me" to discuss what to expect from this podcast! Plus I give an awesome update on my business/life. ;)
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December 25, 2020 4 min
My life was set up to be semi-normal until I found myself in the middle of Saudi Arabia as a Black American girl. I accidentally grew up more Arab than American.

~ @CyberFareedah
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