Jemele Hill Is Keeping The Door Open For Other Black Journalists So They Can 'Come Through It'

The host of Spotify's 'Unbothered' is passionate about lifting as she climbs.

This is We See You Sisan emotionally penetrating video series aimed at celebrating Black women who make an impact online, while digging deeper into their emotional health and well-being beyond their most “liked” posts.

Jemele Hill has become a household names thanks to her thoughtful commentary and refreshing honesty.

The senior staff writer at The Atlantic and host of Spotify’s newest podcast, Jemele Hill Is Unbothered, has become a recognizable name in sports journalism, taken Donald Trump to task, and in 2018, was named Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists.

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In a new episode of We See You Sis, Hill opens up to ESSENCE about creating meaningful work and providing space for others.

“I’ve been able to experience and achieve a lot of things in my life and I’m grateful for those experiences but, to me, it’s all very meaningless if I don’t also, as I’m going through the door, keep my foot wedged in there so that other people can actually come through it,” she said.

Check out the video above to get to know Hill a little more.