The Newcomers Podcast
The Newcomers Podcast
E05: Oyin Ajibola on adjusting to the credit system, dealing with covert racism, and making new friends.
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E05: Oyin Ajibola on adjusting to the credit system, dealing with covert racism, and making new friends.

Oyin Ajibola, Founder and Managing Editor of Immigrant Muse, joins me to chat about the nuances of moving to a new country, handling covert racism, making new friends, and more.
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Oyin Ajibola is a multi-hyphenate.

She’s co-published a book (Courage, Change, Faith & Leadership: Inspiring Narratives of Black Women Leaders), runs an immigrant magazine (The Immigrant Muse), actively advocates for the Canadian immigrant community, and works as a Senior Operational Policy Analyst with The Government of Saskatchewan.

She joined me on the 5th episode of The Newcomers Podcast to talk about:

  • Dealing with the fear of things not going as she planned after uprooting her life in Nigeria

  • The benefits of starting afresh where you have a community

  • Dealing with covert racism

  • Adjusting to the Canadian credit system

  • Her motivations for launching the Immigrant Muse, and more.

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