Best Africancanadian podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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MF GALAXY is a weekly podcast powered by four mighty engines: * Writers on writing: the craft and the business * Pop culture including TV, movies, graphic novels, and more * Progressive politics, activism, and social enterprise * Africentric change-makers, histories, cultures, art, and more! Mixing brand-new interviews with classic conversations (from my archive of 23 years in broadcasting) with famous and dynamic figures in the arts, Hollywood, and politics, MF GALAXY will take you to place ...
 
Welcome to the Upendo Books: Join us on our mission to celebrate the contributions of Africans, African Canadians,African Americans and those belonging to the diaspora.
 
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This week we feature emerging African-Canadian roots artist, Kaia Kater, in a live performance right here at our BSC office. BSC contributor Barbara Ching returns to continue her series on the connections between country music and the blues.
 
An Interview with storyteller and multi-disciplinary artist, Whitney French.French is a certified arts educator who has executed over 100 workshops in schools, community centres, prisons, group-homes and First Nations’ reserves. Her debut collection 3 Cities was self-published in April 2012. Additionally, her writing has been published in Desca ...…
 
Because race-based privilege, power, and exploitation are facts of planetary life, almost any society can be expected to maintain mythologies about race. That mythology includes the belief that those who belong to the racial power structure are superior to those who are excluded from that racial power system. Some of the excluded are deemed int ...…
 
John Ware is the greatest Canadian legend you probably have never heard of. He was a 19th Century West African born into the American continent-wide rape-gulag that apologists call the Old South. He went on to become one of thousands of African-American cowboys, and he eventually moved to what is now Alberta to become a master bronco-buster, su ...…
 
Happy February! It is Black History Month and we are focusing even more on promoting diversity and diverse women in leadership.
 
Welcome to the Genealogy News from Geneatopia I’m Patty Roy, also known as Dinah Larkham in Second Life. Today is Monday December 5, 2016 and this is Episode 93. MyHeritage DNA MyHeritage has their own DNA testing service for testing autosomal DNA. This test is a done by swabbing your cheek. MyHeritage is using the same testing company as Famil ...…
 
FB: Hollis BaptisteSeasoned Afro Canadian Social Political Artist Hollis Baptiste discusses his work, his philosophy, and his recent and upcoming exhibitions, including the Twisted Metal in Motion tour with Erin Ademoglu. Hollis is an outsider with a taste for surrealistic and abstract compositions. His depiction and subversive commentary messa ...…
 
Anthony Q. Farrell is an amazing cat. He’s from Toronto, went to actual comedy school, and ended up writing for one of the most influential US comedy series ever, The Office on NBC, which is also one of my favourite shows. He wrote two of its most enduring episodes: “Casual Friday,” in which Dunder Miflin former district manager Michael Scott r ...…
 
When I was in school Canadian history covered famous explorers, soldiers, and politicians mostly of French or British nationality. It did not include Canadian Black history. Thankfully there are people like Elise Harding-Davis in this world to help fix this. A past curator of the Black History Museum in Amherstburg and a leading authority on Af ...…
 
To be alive is to eat. To enjoy life is to eat. To meet with family and friends and reminisce and plan the future is to eat. And of course, all of human culture, in one way or another revolves around our basic need to stay alive through producing, consuming, and loving food. So why do so few novelists, poets, lyricists, and other writers talk a ...…
 
Stacey Tyrell was born and raised in Toronto, ON, Canada. She attended OCAD University where she majored in Photography. Her work predominantly deals with themes of identity, race and heritage as it pertains to post-colonial societies and the Caribbean Diaspora. Her work has appeared in such shows as Flash Forward 2012 at the Magenta Foundation ...…
 
Dr. Afua Cooper visits The Context of White Supremacy. The James Robinson Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies, Professor Cooper's research interests are African Canadian studies, with explicit focus on the period of enslavement and emancipation in 18th and 19th century Canada and the Black Atlantic. Additionally, she established the Black ...…
 
Dr. Afua Cooper visits The Context of White Supremacy. The James Robinson Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies, Professor Cooper's research interests are African Canadian studies, with explicit focus on the period of enslavement and emancipation in 18th and 19th century Canada and the Black Atlantic. Additionally, she established the Black ...…
 
A Scottish Whisky, a violent family feud, and a African-Canadian-American inventor all get mentions in this story about the origin of the phrase "The Real McCoy."
 
Bonus Episode - Interview with Dwayne Morgan In this bonus episode, we interview the award-winning spoken word artist behind "Grade 8", Dwayne Morgan. Dwayne speaks about becoming a poet, his struggle to overcome being an "extreme introvert", and how the birth of his daughter inspired his play. Dwayne Morgan began his career as a performer in 1 ...…
 
Bonus Episode - Interview with Dwayne Morgan In this bonus episode, we interview the award-winning spoken word artist behind "Grade 8", Dwayne Morgan. Dwayne speaks about becoming a poet, his struggle to overcome being an "extreme introvert", and how the birth of his daughter inspired his play. Dwayne Morgan began his career as a performer in 1 ...…
 
Episode 2 - the conclusion of Grade 8 - Puberty, training bras and sexting boys. What's a single dad to do? Grade 8 is a heartwarming story of a father's love. Told with charm, wit, and vulnerability, Grade 8 is a roller coaster of emotions, that will leave you holding on tightly to those you love the most. A Toronto Fringe Festival hit, Grade ...…
 
Episode 2 - the conclusion of Grade 8 - Puberty, training bras and sexting boys. What's a single dad to do? Grade 8 is a heartwarming story of a father's love. Told with charm, wit, and vulnerability, Grade 8 is a roller coaster of emotions, that will leave you holding on tightly to those you love the most. A Toronto Fringe Festival hit, Grade ...…
 
Grade 8 is a heartwarming story of a father's love. Told with charm, wit, and vulnerability, Grade 8 is a roller coaster of emotions, that will leave you holding on tightly to those you love the most. A Toronto Fringe Festival hit, Grade 8 looks at what it means to be a black father today, and the role men play in young girls lives as they grow ...…
 
Grade 8 is a heartwarming story of a father's love. Told with charm, wit, and vulnerability, Grade 8 is a roller coaster of emotions, that will leave you holding on tightly to those you love the most. A Toronto Fringe Festival hit, Grade 8 looks at what it means to be a black father today, and the role men play in young girls lives as they grow ...…
 
Adam and Matt explain how to beat the competition when buying in a hot housing market. VREP #8 | How to Win in Multiple Offers Transcript Intro: Get ready for Vancouver’s premium real estate podcast. Your source for buying, selling and investing in Vancouver’s real estate market, with your hosts, two guys with faces for radio, Adam and Matt Sca ...…
 
This week on Mosaic City, get into the holiday spirit when we celebrate Kwanzaa at the African-Canadian Heritage Association’s annual Kwanzaa celebration.On the second half of the program, AMI-audio’s Bill Shackleton who is blind, attends a Christmas wreath-making workshop at Colborne Lodge for a tactile experience of creating his own wreath fr ...…
 
Chasaya Sichilima is famed for his smooth silky vocals and unique dance moves, he brings energy and enthusiasm to his shows. His smooth silky vocals take the listener to the Kalindula, Manchancha, and Zambezi heartlands of Zambia. He sings with soul and performs with fiery passion! Chasaya was born in the Copperbelt city of Zambia in Ndola, fon ...…
 
Dr. Ganz Ferrance is a psychologist specialising in human potential, and family and marriage therapy. Over my decades of radio broadcasting and now podcasting, I’ve spoken with scores of people about the structural and systemic barriers to the freedom, prosperity, and happiness of Africans and other groups. On this episode of MF GALAXY we’ll he ...…
 
David Lenigas explains the contract win with the Gatsby Foundation and how this means scaling up the business. David expects more bluechip contract wins to follow too. The aim of AfriAg plc is to provide each customer with a bespoke ‘field-to-fork’ service at the right value, at the right time and at the right quality. Mr. Lenigas holds a Bache ...…
 
In this episode of the History Slam, Sean Graham talks with Professor Richard Reid about his book African Canadians in Union Blue: Volunteering for the Cause in the Civil War. They chat about the challenges of researching African Canadians in the Civil War, the tasks given to black regiments, and the domestic policies that shaped British North ...…
 
AfriAg plc Executive Chaiman David Lenigas talks to DirectorsTalk about how business is booming and plans for growth going forward. Mr. Lenigas holds a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Mining Engineering. He served as Executive Chairman of London listed Lonrho Plc from 2006 to September 2012 and was in charge of Lonrho Plc’s expansion into ...…
 
Phad Mutumba is an African-Canadian recording artist, filmmaker, writer, director, producer, co-owner of Simpli Phaz Entertainment, a parent company for Phaz Motion Pictures and Phaz Records Management, and a technical support analyst. He is also the Founder/CEO of NDIFF (Nile's Diaspora International Film Festival). Xena Bantarizah is an Afric ...…
 
In this month’s podcast we find out about racial stereotyping from an organization helping African-Canadians emerging from the justice system rebuild…
 
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