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024: The One Percent with Jerris Madison

By Kent Johnson // Gray Graft Media

On this episode of UNGENTRIFIED, I am joined by Jerris Madison (@jerrismogul), photographer, creative director, and Editor in Chief of Obvious Magazine to chat about his life-changing experience of becoming one of the least represented types of amputees. We discuss his discovery that he was living with the incredibly rare cancer Chondrosarcoma, the problem with medical misdiagnosis for Black patients, what he did when he first learned he’d have to receive an amputation, and where he’s at 4 years after the procedure. Listen and give us your opinion!   Guest: Jerris Madison (instagram.com/jerrismogul) Website: obviousmag.com   Resources/People/Articles Mentioned in Podcast: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson Amber Mark’s “Put You On” feat. Dram Chondrosarcoma American Cancer Society You can find out more about Jerris’ magazine, Obvious at obviousmag.com.   Follow the conversation: @ungentrifiedpod on Instagram/Twitter @kentwjohnson on Instagram/Twitter   ungentrifiedpodcast.com #ungentrifiedpod www.kentwjohnson.com   Email us your questions/comments at ungentrified@kentwjohnson.com.   Theme Music by Nas550 (www.soundcloud.com/nas550)

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