• Upcoming Events!

    Join Bee Quammie on October 26th for a creative and timely roundtable discussion on topics around diversity and representation in the media, from the perspectives of:

    Tatiana King: Radio Personality, G98.7FM's "The African Groove Show"
    Arisa Cox: Freelance Journalist & Host of Big Brother Canada
    Kim Johnson: Producer, CityNews
    Nneka Elliott: Co-host, CP24 Breakfast
    Ingrie Williams: Stylist & Editor of HOLR Magazine

    We'll discuss a multitude of themes to hopefully open up a much-needed discussion around the intersections of race, gender, and media - and we'll have fun making new connections as we go!

    Click on the flyer to purchase advanced tickets:
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  • Blog Posts

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    2014 NFL Week Seven Review: Peyton Is The Greatest REGULAR SEASON QB Of ALL-TIME

    When we debate who’s the best quarterback of all-time, there are many different names that can factor into the discussion. There are quarterbacks who’ve won super bowls, were voted MVP,...

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    New R&B Podcast [October 19/14]: Who Is YOUR Ugly-Ass Judging?!

    On this week’s podcast I talk about the possibility of Ray Rice being reinstated back into the NFL in less than four weeks and what you can expect if...

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    Ever Wonder Why Darren Wilson Has So Many Supporters? Well, Here’s The Sad Answer.

    When I was young, my parents were able to move my sister and I our confined, government housing, into a large beautiful home that was all our own. So...

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    The Truth About Cheating Most People Don’t Understand

    Last weekend, I read a story about a married woman who claimed she was completely in love with her husband, yet felt an intense desire to cheat on him. She claims that...

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    Vonderrick Myers Jr., Another Young Black Teen, Murdered By St. Louis Police

    This has been an extremely tense week in St. Louis, Missouri. While the Ferguson story may not capture major media headlines as it did in early August, the protestors...

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    The Curious Case of Jermaine Carby & Canada’s Real Problem with Race

    In the wake of the death of Trayvon Martin, many Black people approached me to write about his life story because they felt it was crucial to let the...

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    Raven-Symoné’s Comments On Race Are Optimistically Right Yet Realistically Wrong

    My scientific belief is that man originated in Africa, where many moved out through the Middle East to IndoChina and Australia before the easing of the ice ages allowed us...

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    2014 NFL Week Five Review: Tom Brady Isn’t BACK – Because He Never LEFT

    To live in the age of the 24 hour sports news cycle and sports talk radio, is to accept the decline of journalistic standards and the rise of hyperbolic...

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    New R&B Podcast [October 5/14]: Cut Frowsy People The HELL Out Your Life

    On this week’s podcast, I start off by ranting about my negative experience at Garden chinese restaurant and how I damn near cussed everyone out last night. I also...

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    Our Society Won’t Let Boys Be Victims of Rape

    If there’s one thing that boys in our society learn from a young age, it’s that men are supposed to be strong — physically, emotionally, and mentally. Real men...

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    All Big Girls Aren’t Created Equal

    I watched a video about a dating experiment last week that left me completely confused. Initial frustration progressed into full blown anger after reading the comments. The YouTube video is...

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    Here’s Why Many Black Kids Don’t Think Racism Really Exists

    Last Wednesday, many had the opportunity to watch the Black-ish premiere on ABC,  which drew an average of 10.7M viewers in their time slot after Modern Family. I’m definitely not prepared to...

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