I will keep this blog short and sweet! With Thanksgiving behind us I would like to express that I am thankful for the Black community we have created on this platform. I thankful to Fidel for reaching out to me […]
In this episode, we talk to professor George Elliott Clarke about his new book Where Beauty Survive and how it represents Maritime Black History.
I feel like people who read this blog frequently may laugh at this opening, but, I recently got my hair braided…I know, I know. I keep saying this conversation will end, the conversation around braids and appropriation and “it’s just […]
In this episode, we are talking about the Fredericton School issue, Covid cases in New Brunswick, And a tantric PPC candidate?
Ways to educate yourself, participate and learn: https://downiewenjack.ca https://www.cbc.ca/life/culture/ways-to-participate-in-the-national-day-for-truth-and-reconciliation-1.6192414 https://www.orangeshirtday.org https://nctr.ca/education/teaching-resources/residential-school-history/ https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/residential-schools https://www.canada.ca/en/services/culture/history-heritage/indigenous-history.html
In this episode, we talk about Annamie Paul resignation and a round table talk about oppression.
Unless you were living under a rock recently, you were aware that Monday we had an election. While it may seem like not much changed because we still have a Liberal minority government when you step back and look at […]
In this episode we talk about the Canadian election, the new black woman in parliament and covid-19 rising in New Brunswick.
On our most recent episode with the founders of United Colours of Fashion, Christine mentioned that the goal was to show people (white people) that cultures can be shared, they can wear clothes with what seems to be more traditional […]
In this episode, we talk to the founders of United Colors of Fashion, Christine and Rufina; we talk about their passion for clothes, events, and appropriation vs. appreciation.