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We took a 2-3 hour drive to Negril from Montego Bay and discovered a new highway being built through Ferris to Mackfield in Westmoreland, Jamaica. Shot in real-time, avoiding potholes, and enjoying sweet Reggae Music, we really enjoyed this drive in Jamaica.

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When we first attended Canex in Jamaica, we met Bonita Bo Money. She is a well-known advocate/speaker who focuses on Social Equity, Social Justice, Economic Empowerment, Diversity in the Cannabis Industry. Bo founded NDICA-National Diversity and Inclusion Cannabis Alliance whose goal is to create social equity, social justice, and diversity for those affected by the […]

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We talk to Playwright Troy Crossfield of Crossfield House Productions about their play “A Little White Lie,” the film “Silence of the Land” and why showing all sides of the black male experience Is important.

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Today on Family Day in Canada, we want to recognize all the families. We also want to big up all the families working together in business to help our community prosper. This segment is powered by Intuit QuickBooks Canada, we salute the mother-daughter duo of Sade & Rachel Lambo, the brains behind the all-natural skincare […]

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Carnival in Curacao is a bucket list event.  What started off a way to celebrate Lent is now an amazing festival that in various ways pays homage to its humble beginnings. Leading the parade is the Carnival Queen, bestowing parade-goers with fertility and peace in the spirit of Mother Earth. Equally beloved are the Prince […]

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We visit the Island of Montserrat, BWI where we speak with our friend Warren Solomon about this beautiful island. We hike some amazing trails, visit the world-famous Air Studios Montserrat – Rock Music where a lot of hit records were made by the legendary Beatles producer Sir George Martin.    

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Mark Brown from the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) explains the history and struggles of black workers in Canada and the purpose of the CBTU.

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We spoke with Yolanda Mclean, Diversity Vice-President, Racialized Workers for The Canadian Union of Public Employees, Canada’s largest union who tells us about her own experience with racism and how her union helped her to get justice in the workplace.

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