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Toronto is a media and cultural hotspot. But the diversity that makes the city special isn’t often reflected in the stories we hear and the discussions we have. Black Tea will change that. Writers Andray Domise and Melayna Williams are here to bring important and uncomfortable Black community conversations out in the open, and to have some laughs while doing it.
||CleanBlack Queer Visibility||The Black community often replicates the harmful and oppressive structures of white supremacy on it's queer members. What are some ways we can build stronger ties between the broader Black community and LGBTQ+ people? - Guest: Kim Katrin Milan,||12/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean2018 Best in Blackness||This week, Melayna, Andray and A.Harmony break down this year's best (and worst) moments in Blackness by spilling as much tea as possible. - Guest: Writer and Hip-hop artist, A.Harmony||12/13/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBlack Film & TV||Yes, diversity is a buzzword, but it also represents essential strides in the film and television industry related to viewership and box office returns. For some reason, that shift hasn’t resonated in Canada. How can we change that? -||12/6/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBlackness, Sports and Activism||Growing up, the athlete was portrayed as shallow, unintelligent, and unconcerned with the affairs of the world. This has never been the case with Black athletes, so why are white sports fans continually surprised?||11/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBlack Art in Canada||Why do Black artists in this country have to leave home to find their fame? And why are we only happy to claim them after they’ve already made it somewhere else? How can we offer better support to our artists early on and what can we do to help our Ca||11/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRespectability Politics||Most Black people show up differently depending on the world they’re in—from life at work to with friends to at home, there’s often code-switching at play. And, since Canada is so multicultural, young Black people are commonly subjected to a simpl||11/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSmoked Out: Cannabis and the Black Community||Is the legalization of cannabis actually good for Canada’s Black community? And how is it that public officials—the same ones who were wholly against legalization while Black people were being imprisoned at alarming rates—are now profiting from th||11/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSwagger Jacking||Black culture has become pop culture, and it’s clearly for sale—but who’s benefitting? Inside jokes on Black Twitter, the use of AAVE (African American Vernacular English) and other things that originate in the Black community are used on the dail||11/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTeaser: Welcome to Black Tea||Canada's Black communities deserve insightful and uncomfortable conversations about the issues that matter to them. Join writers Andray Domise and Melayna Williams as they discuss these issues with friends and experts.||10/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
I am already excited waiting each new episode drop. The 2 authors really decipher topics that matter within the Toronto community.
Finally A Podcast For Black Canadians
I am absolutely in love with this podcast. It feels very empowering to have discussions about our unique Canadian-Black identity. This podcast strikes the perfect balance between informative and unapologetic yet compassionate and understanding. The hosts are clearly very well educated and address the delicate topics of being a black Canadian with respect and integrity. Well done. Suggestion: Would love to see books referenced in the podcast included in the podcast description, you might even consider using an amazon link to the book to support this amazing podcast. ✊🏾
Top of my fav list
Thanks so much for this...engaging, caring, and adds to my per view like nothing else.
- Category: Philosophy
- Language: English
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