March 30, 2011
The celebrity chef can speak in depth about Africa, middle-class life in Sweden and, of course, living and working in Harlem. Being "in many different worlds is really an opportunity," he tells The Root. Watch him talk about modern black leadership, eating inexpensively and learning how to code-switch.
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