February…

On this weeks special episode, I’m thinking about what this world would look like without potato chips… and I don’t like it.

You can also find this episode here on iTunes , SoundCloud, and Stitcher!

Special thanks for help with this episode goes to:

Spencer Miller

All the great music you heard on this podcast is listed below!

Theme Song:

Perpetuum Mobile – The Penguin Cafe Orchestra

References:

http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/mary-ann-shadd/

http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/viola-desmond/

http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/rose-fortune/

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Daughter is a podcast series dedicated to sharing the untold stories of my mother, who also happens to be a refugee, a child bride, a prison escapee and my everything. Throughout this series, you’ll follow along with me as I learn more about her life, and about the sacrifices she’s made for my family. This project is my attempt at adding my mother, and the stories of so many, into the chronicles of history where they belong. But it’s also a project that highlights the dynamic of two different cultures colliding as a result of the mother-daughter relationship.

2 thoughts on “February…

  1. Justtt remembered that I got an email the other day about this new post and ran over to my computer to finally listen to it. Thank you for the reminder about Black History month and for the examples you both shared. I’ve also wished in the past that we were taught more about Canadian black history because I think we often think we were/are superior to the United States when it comes to protecting civil rights. But I don’t think that attitude will help us improve now or in the future. So I think this podcast and your voice are so important!

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