“Food is so bonding, it’s universal – it connects people.” That is how Grace Cameron – the publisher and editor of JamaicanEats Magazine eloquently describes the power of food during our Zoom call in early July. You can safely assume that I wholeheartedly agree with Grace’s statement. Being a foodie, I know first-hand…
Zahra Siddiqui speaks about her first solo exhibit – The Invisible Majority and why representation matters.
In the second part of the “Racism in the medical field”, Dr. O speaks on how Black doctors are affected by systemic racism.
Spending the majority of my time at home has allowed me to start cooking way more than I ever did, and truthfully, I don’t mind. (#quarantinelife) It has given me a chance to tap into my culinary skills, and try recipes I was hesitant to attempt. But….on the flipside, since I have been cooking…
I sit with writer and poet, Mugabi Byenkya, as he discusses the mistreatment he has received from medical professionals.
I chatted with matchmakers, The Love Listeners, and they spoke about how they approach dating in a holistic way, and discussed some of the pros and cons of dating in a pandemic.
Relationship Coach Dani Changg, shares tips on how you can date in the age of Covid-19.
Tennile Cooper shares ways that parents can stay sane & productive during the quarantine.
I speak with Jill Andrew – MPP for Toronto/St. Paul’s. She addresses women’s issues around body shaming, anti-black racism, and much more!
Zachariah and I chat about “cancel culture.” We define it & discuss its effectiveness.
The details regarding disclosing your mental health status in the workplace.
A brief episode about the girl behind the podcast.