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This week’s guest is Suni.
Suni is best known for being in the Broadway, Chicago and upcoming LA companies of Hamilton, as well as the creator of Auntie’s: an LA-based café centered around community and culture. In Suni’s own words: “Auntie’s will be more than just the only coffee shop / Café of its kind. It will be a space that celebrates Black artists, Black writers, and Black musicians. It will be a space that is equipped to grow with me as my community grows.” When this interview was conducted, the business name was Zuni’s cafè and has since been updated to Auntie’s. You can find their GoFundMe link in today’s SHO notes. Here’s our conversation from July 8th, recorded for my live YouTube series: The SHO Must Go On…line!
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