There are certain things that I believe as a queer Black woman go without saying. As part of various intersectionalities and marginalized groups I think it is obvious that I feel all minorities deserve to be heard, to be outspoken […]
In this episode, Olivier Hussain joins us and we talk about the New commissioner for racism in New Brunswick, Derek Chauvin verdict, and more.
For the entire month of April I have explored the whiteness of the Canadian fashion scene, how the Black Lives Matter movement and the pandemic have surprisingly helped Black businesses grow and how this correlates to the Canadian fashion scene […]
On this episode we have the English vs French debate in Atlantic Canada. And the death of Daunte Wright in Minnesota by the police.
So far the blogs I’ve written this month have tried to shed light on the experiences I, as a woman of colour, have had in the fashion scenes of Atlantic Canada and Toronto. In next weeks blog I will more […]
On this episode, we talk about Covid cases rising in Ontario, Racism in Artificial Intelligence and the Derek Chauvin trial.
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 […]