This conversation is one that has happened frequently, and I still feel that white people do not fully understand the perspective of Black people and women in this discourse. I am finally going to discuss the hot button topic of […]
On this episode we talk about Naomi Campbell giving birth, NS black neighbourhood fighting gentrification and more.
During his podcast this week Joe Rogan stated that in this newer “woke” world, straight white men are being silenced – or maybe something less eloquent along those lines. The same day that news broke that he had said that, […]
On this episode we talk about Drake being artist of the decade by billboard. And the Canadian armed forces investigating the black lives matters movement in Ontario
In a recent podcast, we had a heated discussion about Acadians and the idea that other minorities should be helping others with their sufferings. At the time of the discussion I went to bat for the Acadians because I understand […]
On this episode we talk to Lindiwe Godin in about being a black acadian while living in a small town in New Brunswick.
A few weeks ago on the podcast we discussed the new position for the Commissioner on Systemic Racism in New Brunswick and I am still grappling with my feelings on this role. For years visible minorities have been calling out […]
In this episode we talk to Khalil Akhtar about growing up in New Brunswick and working on CBC Radio as a producer/on-air personality.