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 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.
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 […]
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.
On this episode we talk about the covid-19 recovery in New Brunswick. Controversy on a Halifax Bar/Restaurant and Premier Blaine Higgs pandering.
Recently, podcast guest Tamara Steele discussed the difference between unintentional biases and blatant racism. She expressed that PEI had more instances of unintentional biases then racism, and I wanted to explore what unintentional biases are for those unaware. Washington.edu defines […]
After a month of writing articles for Black in the Maritimes I have noticed a trend I wanted to discuss, which is a reoccurring issue I have with white readers, listeners, and allies. When black people come forward to tell […]