Why don't we support our own? Why do we require external validation of our culture? Why do we allow others to appropriate our culture? These are some of the very important questions we address on this episode of the podcast.
2020 has been a wild year and every time we think it can't get any wilder it just finds a new way to top itself. In this episode of the podcast, we discuss some of the madness that has been going on in the world...Most of which have taken place during our little one month vacation. So join us on our first episode back as we go through some of the stuff that had use saying WTF.
Being from the Caribbean, in some way or shape we have all been influenced by Agriculture especially in rural communities. It is a part of our history and who we are. Over the years, Agricultural Development has been a point of contention in many Caribbean countries as Tourism has emerged as the primary industry.
In this episode, have a thrilling discussion on Women in Agriculture, with Keithlin Caroo, Founder of Helen's Daughters, a non-profit focused on helping rural women farmers maximize their full potential as agricultural entrepreneurs.
In this episode we are joined by Sharifa Khan of Brukout Media for a discussion about Caribbean Representation in the Media and other spaces. Sharifa also touches on her work to represent the Indo-Caribbean identity through visual portrayal.
With the global pandemic, many of us have had questions as to what will the future of the Tourism Industry hold? Will the Caribbean as a destination be cancelled? This week, Kristy Morris, Digital Media Coordinator at the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation, shares her perspective on tourism after COVID.