This weeks blog has been taken over by Mulugeta Morrison, a 16 year old that I was happy to be introduced to through a friend who is one of his teachers. Though the point of Mulugeta and I meeting was […]
On this episode we talk to poet and writer George Elliot Clarke. He talks about his life and tells us how Canada erases Black history.
In many conversations I’ve been having recently, Blackfishing and white people benefiting off of Black people has come up. Obviously, this is not a new issue or behaviour. There are many instances in history, and culturally, where white people make […]
On this episode with talk to the Honorable Matthew Green MP for the city of Hamilton.
Growing up, my mom was a single mother, and never dated anyone the entire 22 years before she became wheelchair bound. The only couple I looked up to as “love” were my white god parents who are still together to […]
On this episode we talk to old river productions founder Paryse Suddith and her life story about being mix, dating and black issues in Canada.
I was in high school when a boy said “I want some chocolate milk in my diet” as a means to hit on me. At the time, considering the bullying I was experiencing and the sheltered childhood I had, I […]
On this episode we talk to Olivier Hussein about black people and minorities getting more involved in politics.