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Author: CKDU

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Frank and candid conversations about race and identity, with a special focus on the African Nova Scotian experience.
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Needing validation from others in order to feel fulfilled is problematic, but let’s be real receiving validation for ones art […]The post My Blackness My Truth: Myth- We Don’t Back Black appeared first on CKDU Podcasts.
Poetry is used to fight for social equity and to soothe the soul. As long as people have been communicating […]The post My Blackness, My Truth: Poetic Justice appeared first on CKDU Podcasts.
Displacement is becoming a larger issue across the globe, areas that were previously considered undesirable are now being built up […]The post My Blackness, My Truth: This is my North End appeared first on CKDU Podcasts.
Artistic expression is present in those who self-identify as an artist and those who do not because art has been […]The post My Blackness, My Truth: Artistic Oppression appeared first on CKDU Podcasts.
Cultural competence is being recognized as foundational knowledge for healthcare professionals. In 2005, Nova Scotia produced a Cultural Competence Guide […]The post My Blackness, My Truth: Mental Health “The Bleakness of Black Representation” appeared first on CKDU Podcasts.
One of many results of colonialism and systemic oppression in Nova Scotia is that the higher you climb the seemingly […]The post My Blackness, My Truth: Black Professional Paralysis appeared first on CKDU Podcasts.
People who are born in Nova Scotia, identify as Black and have Black lineage in Nova Scotia are very proud […]The post My Blackness, My Truth: From Aways appeared first on CKDU Podcasts.
What is woke? The urban dictionary defines it as although an incorrect tense of awake, a reference to how people […]The post My Blackness, My Truth: The Walking Woke appeared first on CKDU Podcasts.
Welcome to My Blackness, My Truth podcast. This is a podcast that explores how Black identity shows up in our […]The post My Blackness, My Truth: Who is Jayde Symone? appeared first on CKDU Podcasts.
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