In this special Thanksgiving episode, I talk to my dad, Ross, and sister, Patricia, over Skype to talk about the love of sports instilled in us at a young age. We talk about the NHL Draft and Bubble as well as how Hockey Canada is screwing this up (plus our beef with CHL rules and […]
In this episode, my White History Month segment has to do with Education Inequality. Then I give my Week 5 NFL Picks as well as my thoughts on the Tennessee Titans inability to control their COVID outbreak. Referenced: Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History episode about Brown v. Board of Education. You can listen below!
In this episode, I give my thoughts on the NBA Finals Game 3 as well as LeBron’s pursuit of the all-time playoff assist leader. Then I delve into my first segments of White History Month for October 2020 (Russell Township incidence and Orange Shirt Day/Canada’s Residential Schools) with a game of White Privilege “I Have Never…”. […]
In this episode, I talk about my thoughts after reading Matthew Stafford’s piece on The Players’ Tribune. Then I talk about the hilarity of the Relegation System used in European Football versus the system used by the sports leagues in North America. You can listen below!
In this episode, I will introduce myself as well as discuss a few items. The first item is the Texans-Chiefs Thursday Night Game. Then some quick-hitters about Monday Night Football removing Hank Williams Jr. and some thoughts on Justin Trudeau and the potential for the Conservatives to call an election. You can listen below!
There are a lot of misconceptions and false flags promoted by people unwilling to accept the Black Lives Matter movement. They may state that “All Lives Matter” or “Blue Lives Matter”, but they are just promoting rhetoric created to discredit Black People and continue the systemic oppression. One thing is for sure, Police Brutality is […]
This is a continuation of my Education Discrepancy post… Now that we know that Black youth are just as likely to obtain a high school diploma as other youth and, adversely, just as likely not to complete high school. The next step is to look at the percentages of those youth not in education, employment […]
As evidenced by the resurgent Black Lives Matter movement during the Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020, many Black Canadians and Americans feel that they have been unjustifiably discriminated against in society. The current civil rights discussion is in regard to how that community is treated by Police. However, one of the ongoing discussions is in regard […]
White people must do everything in their power to end the systemic racism that has lead to the oppression of Black People in Canada and the USA. We need to join in the fight that is being waged by the Black Lives Matter movement and other marginalized groups. I am not looking to speak for […]