Reflections of New Minnesotans: Poet Ibrahim “Ibé” Kaba on life, identity, and the ‘Atlantic divide’


Local spoken-word artist Ibrahim “Ibé” Kaba was born in Guinea, and lived in Sierra Leone before immigrating to the United States as a child. In this interview, he discusses life, his art, and what it means to be ‘African’ in the U.S. [Audio below]

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