We talk to the artist about leaving London, being a migrant and resisting Germany's resurgent fascist movement.
A German TV channel recently announced a TV debate on whether Germans should still be allowed to say the N-word.
One of the announced panelists was Frauke Petry, the former leader of the AfD—a German far-right party that recently got 14 percent of the vote in local elections. Petry openly called for the return of Nazi-era terminology in public. This issue might have remained hidden for anglophones if it wasn't for the British writer, poet and activist Musa Okwonga who called out the TV channel on his Twitter account. Eventually, they cancelled the show.