Tag: The Black Experience

  • Ryan Elcock, Habari Network | Tales from the 2.9 #24

    Ryan Elcock, Habari Network | Tales from the 2.9 #24

    Last updated on February 18th, 2024 at 03:03 amIt’s funny the connections you make through something like Tales from the 2.9—before I started this project, while I thought I already stood out as a Dad Blogger in a landscape where male voices were usually reserved for sports, cars and tech, I didn’t fully appreciate the gravity of the…

  • Zetta Elliott, PhD | Tales from the 2.9 #23

    Zetta Elliott, PhD | Tales from the 2.9 #23

    Last updated on February 16th, 2024 at 12:59 amSometimes Canadians don’t stay in Canada—we like telling ourselves that we’ve built a utopia and that our country’s one of the best places to live on Earth, but that doesn’t make it perfect—we’ve still plenty of issues lurking beneath the surface, and unfortunately, the 2.9% of Canadians…

  • Mike Armstrong | Tales from the 2.9 #22

    Mike Armstrong | Tales from the 2.9 #22

    Last updated on February 13th, 2024 at 12:55 amPretty sure I haven’t stepped foot in Hamilton since dating someone there, but Justin’s told me about its booming blogger scene, including—for example—parent bloggers I’ve yet to meet in the flesh! Mike Armstrong is one of those Dad bloggers out in Steel Town sharing about his journey,…

  • Bee Quammie | Tales from the 2.9 #21

    Bee Quammie | Tales from the 2.9 #21

    Last updated on February 13th, 2024 at 12:49 amAfter all this time invested in blogging and building my brand, I sometimes foolishly (arrogantly?) think that I’ve met everybody in the Toronto-area blogosphere who I’d vibe with, and I’m thrilled that I’m still continually proven wrong today—Bee Quammie is the business. As a fellow ’83 baby—and…

  • Shaun Worrell, Blogger | Tales from the 2.9 #20

    Shaun Worrell, Blogger | Tales from the 2.9 #20

    Last updated on February 15th, 2024 at 11:09 pmSomething I realized after my near-immediate induction into parent blogging just months after the birth of my first child was that the world of parent bloggers was a small one, and that of the Dad Bloggers specifically smaller yet. But though the number of Canadian fathers publicly…