In last week’s article, I discussed how white I perceived the fashion scene in Toronto to be and how the people with money ran the show. I should note there are a few key players and designers that are other […]
In this episode, we talk to Daisy Badu COO of Paba cosmetics about being a black own family business and the makeup industry
After three years of modelling in Moncton, I had been afforded the opportunity to write for the Pinkblitz Zine, Viewpoint, and work on two Rogers Community TV shows. These experiences led me to believe that my love of fashion and […]
On this episode we talk to Kyle Gervacy about his life and Canadian fashion
In the four months I’ve been writing this blog, I have felt the most hopeful I ever have for society. Weekly, the Black in the Maritimes team and I interview people or discuss people who are trying to better the […]
On this episode, We talk about Kanye West being a billionaire, Conservative climate change and shooting in Atlanta.
I never cared much about my body until people started to hate me for it. According to others my body came out of my mother too dark complected for acceptance, too thin to be healthy, with hair too curly to […]
In this episode, we talk about the British royal family, Grammy awards, and how homes are appraised differently if you’re black in Canada.
From an early age my mother instilled in me the importance of voting. My mom never discussed what policies were important to her, and I think she understood that the system was rigged to always flipflop between Liberal and Conservative, […]
On this episode we talk to Diani Blanco that is running for city council for the city of Moncton. We also talk about black businesses in Canada and Jay-z selling Tidal.