Teju Cole

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Nigerian-American writer Teju Cole’s latest book is called “Blind Spot.”

Teju Cole: What's missing when we look at the world?

Nigerian-American writer Teju Cole’s latest book is called “Blind Spot.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Nigerian-American writer Teju Cole has a new book out called “Blind Spot.”

Teju Cole's 'Blind Spot:' What's missing when we look at the world?

Nigerian-American writer Teju Cole has a new book out called “Blind Spot.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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