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A conversation between 2 brown women, Shwetha Ravishankar & Rema Chari based out of New York City - sharing our cross-cultural experiences growing up in India and moving abroad in our 20’s and how that has shaped the women we have become today.

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A conversation between 2 brown women, Shwetha Ravishankar & Rema Chari based out of New York City - sharing our cross-cultural experiences growing up in India and moving abroad in our 20’s and how that has shaped the women we have become today.

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