I revisit a previous interview with Morgan O. Smith, and he shares why he left entertainment and embraced meditation.
Spotlighting Black Owned Business – Special Compass – founded by Shakira Rouse
I check in with listeners. I speak briefly about the increase in violence in the city (and world), rising food and gas prices, and getting back to normal while still in a pandemic.
I share my 2 cents on the end of the mask mandate, the end of common decency, and the rise in violence in Toronto, Canada.
The focus of the show is on the overrepresentation as well as the underrepresentation of minority students in special education.
Michelle provides a new year greeting and discusses upcoming show topics.
Michelle discusses the “N word” with artist/storyteller/entrepreneur Micha.
MIchelle briefly provides her 2 cents on vaccines and wearing a mask.
I chat with Patricia – Sales & Marketing Rep in the Medical field, about the city (Toronto) opening up after lockdown.
Amani shares how she dealt with being in lockdown for 15 month due to the pandemic.
I have a short convo with Clityline host, Tracy Moore, about her response to being body shamed online.
Kenrick Phillip shares how he was able to find a relationship during lockdown.
I talk politics, Black hair, and microaggressions with Celina Caesar-Chavannes.
How A Small Business Owner Learned To Pivot During the Pandemic
In this mini episode I speak about experiencing loss and trying to cope.
Michelle speaks with Brandon Hay about fatherhood and what led him to create the Black Daddies Club.
Happy New Year Message
I speak with Financial Rep., Tanika Riley, and she shares tips on how to budget during a pandemic.
I chat with Tracy Peart about colourism: differential treatment based on skin colour.
Michelle chats with Jothi Saldanha – a certified Transformational Coach, about the importance of Healing through wellness practices.
Michelle briefly recaps what life has been like over the past 7 months, and checks in with the audience.
I speak with 5 guests who share a few of the racist acts that have experienced living in Canada.
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.
I sit with writer and poet, Mugabi Byenkya, as he discusses the mistreatment he has received from medical professionals.
The details regarding disclosing your mental health status in the workplace.
A discussion about wearing your hair naturally in the in the workplace.
Tanika has a lot of titles, no? Oh, I almost forgot, you can add mommy to that too. Tanika Riley is a super busy #girlboss who runs POR AMOR – her non- profit organization that she co-founded with 3 friends 15 years ago (she is now the Executive Director), where she facilitates workshops for…
Did you know that something as simple as getting your hair braided could help promote AIDS awareness? Yes, it’s that easy. Earlier this month I had a short but informative chat with Stachen Frederick – the founder of BrAIDS for AIDS, and she was more than eager to speak with me about her charitable…
I really need someone to pinch me. Seriously….pinch me. Actually, if I am dreaming, I ain’t tryin’ to wake up. That’s how I felt on Monday, February 27, 2017. That day could not have been any better. Oh, before I delve into that magical day, lets back track for a bit. To recap…