Tag: Black Canada

  • Marcel Dee, Photographer | Tales from the 2.9 #6

    Marcel Dee, Photographer | Tales from the 2.9 #6

    Last updated on February 15th, 2024 at 11:09 pmSome years back, a number of friends and I connected over Twitter, forming a group that loved good food, fun times, and cracking wise as often as possible. Marcel Dee is part of that group—Team Trolling—and has been many things over the years: a blogger, a photographer, even…

  • Amanda Nunes, Heartless Girl | Tales from the 2.9 #5

    Amanda Nunes, Heartless Girl | Tales from the 2.9 #5

    Last updated on February 12th, 2024 at 11:40 pmWhile Amanda and I have run through different social circles as bloggers, I’ve found her nothing but kind each time we have crossed paths. Her submission for Tales from the 2.9 is a testament to the fact that one doesn’t need to feel boxed in by their race—we…

  • Chad G. Cranston | Tales from the 2.9 #4

    Chad G. Cranston | Tales from the 2.9 #4

    Last updated on February 15th, 2024 at 11:05 pmBefore being introduced by a mutual friend, TQ was one of those names who I thought I’d never cross paths with because it’s a publication that just oozes cool. But co-founder Chad G. Cranston’s submission to Tales from the 2.9 is deeply rooted in something I believe in—leaving behind things that matter,…

  • Heather Greenwood Davis | Tales from the 2.9 #3

    Heather Greenwood Davis | Tales from the 2.9 #3

    Last updated on February 16th, 2024 at 12:56 amWhile I’ve spent quite some time seeing Heather’s work from afar as she raises her family with a global awareness and appreciation for the diverse world around them, we’ve only crossed paths once—at a Montecito dinner with Steve Carlisle, General Motors Canada’s GM Canada’s President and Managing…

  • Lisa Simone Richards | Tales from the 2.9 #2

    Lisa Simone Richards | Tales from the 2.9 #2

    Last updated on February 12th, 2024 at 10:32 pmI remember first meeting Lisa at a party five years ago, and we’ve all come a long way since! Her submission for Tales from the 2.9 mirrors much of mine, but she touches on a lesson I think every Black Canadian child has heard at some point…