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I can't speak my mother tongue | some African (Zambian) people are judgmental? - Instagram @trishmchanda 👉🏾 http://bit.ly/trishinsta Thumbs up if you like it! For more videos SUBSCRIBE to my channel ► http://bit.ly/trishYT *Follow my journey on Instagram http://bit.ly/trishinsta JUST TO BE CLEAR ITS SOME PEOPLE AND NOT EVERYONE. NOT ALL ZAMBIAN PEOPLE ARE LIKE THIS! I can't speak my mother tongue | some African (Zambian) why are some people mean and judgmental In this video I will be sharing my own personal life experience of growing up and not speaking my mother tongue. Growing up in the UK as a British –Zambian girl, I have been ridiculed by other Zambians (and other Africans) for not speaking my mother tongue. Yes… Zambian people have laughed at me for not speaking Bemba. Not speaking my mother tongue is not something I have done by choice it’s just my circumstances. Sharing this video has been so hard for me to do but I just couldn’t ignore this subject anymore as I don’t want other people who have faced this discrimination to not feel alienated from their culture or feel the way that I felt. I hope that by sharing this video it will enlighten us all on the subject ultimately allowing us all to love & respect each other. I will end this with the country's official motto etched on Zambia's coat of arms: “One Zambia one nation”. Love Trish Chanda X My filming set up Camera I shot this video with - https://amzn.to/2NtlYc8 Disclaimer: This video is my own life experience and I am not implying that all Zambian people are all the same or they all think alike. I love my culture and heritage but I felt that I had to share this story as no one ever talks about it or how it can impact and affect somebody. What I use to make my videos This video was shot with a Canon M3 - https://amzn.to/2N2iLjF __________________________________________________________________ MY OTHER VIDEOS GET TO KNOW ME TAG | BIG SECRET REVEALED | I'VE GOT SOMETHING TO TELL YOU - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owI7iqkk_Zc&t=1268s My Kitchen Party UK (voice over): Traditional Zambian Wedding - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnF8401dXZw&t=24s How to be yourself and not care what others think -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nz8TyjuF-w&t=13s ZAMBIAN TAG (AFRICAN) | TRISH CHANDA AND CHUMA SOKO - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL77AlTtrxU How to be confident - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lP03spE2jfM&t=122s Knife girl dance – Zambian Wedding - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAAER8fXgmg _______________________________________________________________ SOCIAL MEDIA INSTAGRAM - trishmchanda http://bit.ly/trishinsta FACEBOOK -itstrishchanda http://bit.ly/trishFB TWITTER - itstrishchanda SNAPCHAT trish.chandax ______________________________________________________________ FOR ALL BUSINESS ENQUIRIES Email: email@example.com TRISH XOXO _________________________________________________________________ This video was shot with a Canon M3 - https://amzn.to/2N2iLjF _________________________________________________________________ Why are some African (Zambian) people mean and judgemental? In this video Trish Chanda shares her experience on being a British-Zambian girl and not speaking her mother tongue. Trish Chanda was born in Zambia but moved to the UK when she was 5 years old. Her father’s tribe is Bemba and her mother’s tribe is Lozi. Growing up Trish experienced a lot of negativity with regards to not being able to speak Bemba (Zambian language) and in this video she talks about that experience and how it has impacted her life. Disclaimer: This video is my own life experience and I am not implying that all Zambian people are all the same or they all think alike. I love my culture and heritage but I felt that I had to share this story as no one ever talks about its impact or how it can affect somebody.