Black & White is Stephen Dorsey’s intimate, multicultural exploration of white advantage, systemic inequality, and the paths to change. Each episode delves deeper into the racial discourse of our time through conversations with insightful guests who have their own take on what’s at play. Because it’s time to Be Better, Do Better, Live Better, Together
On today's Season 1 Finale of Black & White, we're thrilled to be joined by Senator Don Oliver. Stephen and Senator Oliver talk about the Senator's remarkable heritage and background, his historic nomination to the Canadian Senate, his recently published autobiography, and more.
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On this episode of Black & White, we have the pleasure to speak with Chief Manny Jules, former Chief of the Kamloops Indian Band, and the current Chief Commissioner at the First Nations Tax Commission. Stephen and Manny's conversation covers the treatment and economic rights of indigenous peoples in Canada and the U.S, residential schools and the discovery of unmarked graves in Kamloops, and much more.
This week, we're thrilled to have a conversation with Wes Hall, founder of Kingsdale Advisors and the King of Beale Street. Wes is best known for his regular appearance on "Dragon's Den", a business investment show that has spawned several like-minded programs such as Shark Tank in the U.S. The conversation spans from George Floyd and the wealth gap to Wes's time growing up in Jamaica, moving to Canada as a teen...
This week, Stephen sits down with retired professional football player, speaker, and philanthropist Orlando Bowen. Their conversation includes Orlando's background as a Jamaican immigrant, systemic inequality, George Floyd and Orlando's own near-death experience with police brutality, and One Voice One Team, Orlando's non-profit youth leadership program.
This week, Stephen speaks with another longtime friend in Gregory Lang. They discuss Gregory's intriguing childhood in a politically active family, Democracy House and the state of democratic principles today, systemic inequality, Ukraine, and much more.
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On today's episode, Stephen speaks with his longtime friend Brian O'Dea, a retired drug smuggler and legalization advocate. They discuss Brian's experiences trafficking drugs in North America, the need for justice reform surrounding drug use in Canada and the United States, and much more.
Content warning: Strong language and an account of child abuse.
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On today's episode, we're thrilled to speak with Brendan Slocumb, author of The Violin Conspiracy and host of the podcast How Music Can Save Your Life from Evergreen Podcasts.
Brendan and Stephen discuss their recently released books, racism within the classical music scene, the importance of good educators, and more.
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On today's episode, Stephen welcomes Mohammed Hashim, the Executive Director at the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, an organization that seeks to building a national framework for the fight against racism in Canada. Their conversation includes where hate and racism originate, anti-Asian violence, social media, the scars of Islamophobia, and more.
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Welcome back to Black & White with Stephen Dorsey.
On today's episode, we resume Stephen's conversation with journalist and host of CBC's Sunday Morning Piya Chattopadhyay.
Welcome to the first season of Black & White with Stephen Dorsey. On this podcast, we take a deep dive into topics of Systemic Inequality, Racial Injustice, Canada's Mythology on Race, "White Advantage," and more, with hopeful optimism and a unique multicultural perspective on the paths to change.
Stephen's book of the same name releases to audiences in the U.S. and Canada on February 1st, and just like every goo...
Black and White is a limited series by Evergreen Podcasts, hosted by the author of Black and White, Stephen Dorsey. Join him in conversation with insightful and inspiring guests from the world of business, politics, social justice, entertainment, journalism and academia as they discuss “White Advantage”, Canada’s Mythology on Race, Systemic Racism and Inequality, Justice System Reform and more — all with hopeful optimism and a uniq...
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