We talk with Rosemarie Powell, Executive Director for the Toronto Community Benefits Network,
an organization that is working to help create more opportunities for historically
disadvantaged communities and dismantle systemic racism in the trades industry.
We have a one on one reasoning session with Reggae Icon Grammy-Winning Artist Buju Banton. During this time, we talk to Buju about his new album “Inside Out 2020.’ We also speak with him about a lot of what is going on in the world right now. From current events to his own journey he shared some deep thoughts and hopes for this time.
This episode is all about the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto and the agency’s programs
geared towards supporting African, Black, and Caribbean communities within the child welfare system.
We speak with key representatives, individuals and community agencies about the disproportionate
number of African, Black, and Caribbean Families who have been negatively impacted by
the Children Aid Society of Toronto and why these programs are necessary and had to be created.
On this episode, we visit the beautiful city of Negril Jamaica.
We know you think you know about Negril but on this episode, our friends at Capital of Casual help us to explore
some hidden gems of the Westmoreland area. We visit Brenda’s On The Boulevard, a local hotspot with amazing
dishes, we grab a cup of java at Patsy’s Coffeeshop. If you love the water then you have to take a ride
on Tiki Pon Da Sea and we had an amazing Sunday lime at Sandra’s place. For all of our music lover friends,
we stopped in at Bourbon Beach and Roots Bamboo for some local reggae music and last but not least
we found Erica’s Hideaway, a quaint restaurant tucked away just of the main road with a great farm
to table program.
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