Tag: Tales from the 2.9 2017

The second volume of posts for Tales from the 2.9.

  • Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 Wrap-Up

    Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 Wrap-Up

    Last updated on February 13th, 2024 at 10:26 pmI’ll admit it—with Tales from the 2.9‘s successful completion, I almost felt like resting on my laurels and taking the day off. I mean, this year was easily far bigger than I’d expected, running the media circuit, coordinating with contributors, writing heaps of social shares for Facebook,…

  • Ardean Peters | Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 #28

    Ardean Peters | Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 #28

    Last updated on February 16th, 2024 at 01:40 amThis year’s been a challenging one for Tales from the 2.9. The Tale of 2017’s Tales from the 2.9 Last year was bad timing—putting 29 daily posts out right after becoming a Dad for the second time is no simple feat, and we somehow pulled it off.…

  • Rachel Lambo | Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 #27

    Rachel Lambo | Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 #27

    Last updated on February 16th, 2024 at 12:55 amIf I can agree on one thing with Rachel Lambo’s Tale from the 2.9, it’s our need to expect more from ourselves as a community. It’s 2017, and there’re so many options to help a people thrive. We can bolster our business with think tanks and workshops. Or…

  • Alicia Bell | Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 #26

    Alicia Bell | Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 #26

    Last updated on February 13th, 2024 at 10:16 pmHaving lived in the Toronto area my whole life, I’ve had the benefit of a highly multicultural Canada. Half of Toronto’s made up of visible minorities, with 8.5% of that pie being Black. It’s quite possibly the best place in the world to raise my mixed-race family,…

  • Lamin Martin | Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 #25

    Lamin Martin | Tales from the 2.9, Vol. 2 #25

    Last updated on February 16th, 2024 at 01:41 amAn update from Casey Palmer, February 12th, 2020 So you may have heard by now, but I was shocked last night when Rob texted me to let me know that Lamin had passed away after a long struggle with ALS. And though Lamin and I hadn’t crossed…