And then all of a sudden, we were halfway through 2020 and I was getting ready to write a book. Casey Palmer, Author—I didn’t see it coming, but I’ll take it! It all started back in the summer when Kwame Scott Fraser reached out to ask me about an idea. Recently named the President/Publisher of… Continue reading Casey Palmer, Author
We Are the Sum of Our Experiences It’s no secret that I’m busy. If I didn’t have Sarah and the kids to keep me grounded, I’d likely spend every waking moment thinking about content, always trying to find the best ways to tell the next story. But with all this thinking going on, people often… Continue reading Ricky Shetty | Why Travelling is so IMPORTANT.
I have to say—I thought I’d struck Pauleanna’s nerve in my hunt for Live contributors. She’d told me she was too busy when I pressed her with one of my emails, but one brief look at her résumé will tell you that’s exactly what she was! Pauleanna’s ode to her country shows a lot of… Continue reading Pauleanna Reid, Author | #Chronicle150 #35
If there’s one thing I know I could improve on as a Black Canadian, it’s my involvement in politics and keeping abreast of the issues affecting my larger community. It’s one thing to vote—the bare minimum we can do as our civic duty—but we often take this right for granted, usually choosing an incumbent to continue doing… Continue reading Sherika Powell | Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 #18
If you heard any of the interviews I did for Tales from the 2.9, you’ll know there’s one word that comes to mind when I think of my fellow Black Canadians— RESILIENCE. It’s rare that anything worthwhile happens overnight. In an age where overnight successes come and go daily, we rarely see the years of grind needed to get… Continue reading Makini Smith | Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 #8