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.
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.
On this episode we talk about a lockdown in New Brunswick, and the mess that is the USA.
This is a our last episode of the year. We talk about the NB government refuses to recognize systemic racism, The rise of radicalism in Atlantic Canada and a bit of a year review.
Recently, podcast guest Tamara Steele discussed the difference between unintentional biases and blatant racism. She expressed that PEI had more instances of unintentional biases then racism, and I wanted to explore what unintentional biases are for those unaware. Washington.edu defines […]
In this episode: we talk to Husoni Raymond from the New Brunswick Multicultural Council about the racism survey. Also, we talk about the Grammys trying to get Tiffany Haddish to work for free.
After a month of writing articles for Black in the Maritimes I have noticed a trend I wanted to discuss, which is a reoccurring issue I have with white readers, listeners, and allies. When black people come forward to tell […]
In this episode, we talk with Immigration advisor Claire Kelly about why immigration is so important in Canada and the maritimes and the racism trial in Moncton We are also joined by Allon Mccall as part of the panel.
In my first interview on Black in the Maritimes I touched briefly on how my upbringing was ‘whitewashed’, which was also mentioned when we interviewed the lovely Taylor McNallie who had a similar upbringing to mine. For those who are […]
When I was two years old, my mom brought me to Highfield Square Mall on Main Street in Moncton, New Brunswick to get my first pair of big girl panties. Two white skinheads saw me and called me a “cute […]