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.
In this episode, We talk about The New Brunswick Government not making Truth and Reconciliation day a Holiday, A white conservative MLA being the African Nova Scotian head of affairs and road rage racism in Moncton.
I recently recovered my yearbooks and though I was instantly flooded with memories of bullying, feeling ostracized, hating my hair, my tooth gap (boy had I only known I’d end up loosing that tooth entirely) I had completely forgotten how […]
I’ve recently read a written piece of work, that aligns itself with the views of people like Kanye West, that as long as we reference slavery and oppression and participate in and continue to think of ourselves as victims of oppression […]
In this episode, we talk to Poet, Writer, and head of the New Brunswick Black Artist Alliance Thandiwe McCarthy about his life and thoughts in Atlantic Canada. If you would like to support Thandiwe and his projects please go to […]