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Asha Bromfield on race representation in TV | "I’ve had to fight the narrative of what it means to be a Black girl‪"‬ The Open Up Podcast

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Actor and Writer Asha Bromfield opens up issues of colorism in TV and her mission "to help expand this idea of what Blackness is", believing that "there's power in our stories beyond our race", her own personal natural hair journey and the motivation to "feel beautiful, no matter what".Asha is an actress, singer, and writer of Afro-Jamaican descent. She is known for her role as Melody Jones, drummer of “Josie and the Pussycats” in CW’s Riverdale. She also stars as Zadie Wells in Netflix’s hit show, Locke and Key. Asha is a proud ambassador for the Dove Self-Esteem Project, and she currently lives in Toronto where she is pursuing a degree in Communications. In her spare time, she loves studying astrology, wearing crystals, burning sage, baking vegan desserts, and taking walks to the park with her dog. Hurricane Summer is her debut novel.

Actor and Writer Asha Bromfield opens up issues of colorism in TV and her mission "to help expand this idea of what Blackness is", believing that "there's power in our stories beyond our race", her own personal natural hair journey and the motivation to "feel beautiful, no matter what".Asha is an actress, singer, and writer of Afro-Jamaican descent. She is known for her role as Melody Jones, drummer of “Josie and the Pussycats” in CW’s Riverdale. She also stars as Zadie Wells in Netflix’s hit show, Locke and Key. Asha is a proud ambassador for the Dove Self-Esteem Project, and she currently lives in Toronto where she is pursuing a degree in Communications. In her spare time, she loves studying astrology, wearing crystals, burning sage, baking vegan desserts, and taking walks to the park with her dog. Hurricane Summer is her debut novel.

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