Profile: Devin Nazar Cager

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In this episode of Radio Nepantla, Camille Lehmann interviews Devin Nazar Cager about growing up in the San Fernando Valley with a Salvadoran mother and not having his father nor his father’s African American culture present.

It was always like, you’re not Black. You know, like, you’re not actually Black. I guess because they were just like, they would be around my family and like who I am. And I guess I’m not stereotypically Black, I guess, you know. and I speak Spanish too. So they tried to like, I would hate when people tell me that too. Because it’s like, You’re so dumb. That’s how I would like feel about them. But yeah, people would always say that to me.

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