In this episode, we talk to professor George Elliott Clarke about his new book Where Beauty Survive and how it represents Maritime Black History.
In this episode, we are talking about the Fredericton School issue, Covid cases in New Brunswick, And a tantric PPC candidate?
In this episode, we talk about Annamie Paul resignation and a round table talk about oppression.
In this episode we talk about the Canadian election, the new black woman in parliament and covid-19 rising in New Brunswick.
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.
On this episode we talk about the Tokyo Olympics, Nova Scotia Preston region getting a black MLA and lil nas X. Please rate us and support us on Patreon.
In this episode we talk about the free Britney movement, Cornwall mayor being now a Senator and More Indigenous graves found in Saskatchewan
On this episode we talk about Juneteenth in the United States, Racism in the Ontario government and the murder of the family in London Ontario
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.