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SENEGAL – “My commitment today, whether political or social, I owe it to my country of origin the Sénégal”, Madi Seydi, author of “French from elsewhere”

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Madi Seydi, auteure de "Française venue d'ailleurs"

Madi Seydi, tells us about her previous work as a parliamentary assistant in the French National Assembly and the Senate. She is currently Conseil en communication d’influence. She has just released her first book at Éditions Stock. She tells us about her country of origin Senegal, her country of birth France, her dad but especially about her passion for writing. We will come back soon in another article for an exclusive interview where Madi Seydi will tell us all about her new book “Française venu d’ailleur”.

I’m Madi Seydi, Director of Influence Communication Consulting. I was a parliamentary assistant in the Senate, it is a question of being the senators’ collaborators whom we accompany on a daily basis in his daily tasks on the writing and the proposal of law and all that in contact with local elected officials since the Senate has the particularity of representing a territory of which we are in link (…)

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Madi Seydi, Director of Influence Communication Consulting:

Like many children, I discovered my family history because this book is called “Français venu d’ailleurs”. I was born in France and my story begins elsewhere, the history of my family, I am as well French as Senegalese. I am anchored in these 2 cultures that are mine and that make what I am(…)

As a child, I have always been passionate about my family’s history. My grandfather who was a village chief in Senegal, I thought to myself one day, I would like to have the opportunity to share the family that arrives, who arrives in Casamance, who finds people locally, who accomodates(…)

When I was a kid, I asked my dad a lot of questions. I created a fantasy around Africa. When I arrived in Africa in Senegal I even found what I hadn’t imagined: a welcoming country, great people. I usually say that my commitment today, whether political or social, I owe it to my country of origin, Senegal(…)

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