S1 - Episode 32

The word nimiety [ni-mahy-i-tee]. The 80s, 90s films and music videos were trash! Shout-out to Sherley's Hairdresser, TK on IG @tksgiftedhands The Texture & Balayage Specialist), for this reality. 

Sherley and Clove discuss the residential schools ugly systematically undermined but tried to eradicate Indigenous, , Métis and Inuit cultures.  The spirit of the children whose lives have been stolen is speaking through the graves with fellow survivors. They lift a veil of their truth by the dark reality of Canada's past regarding the system. Plus, the updated version and continued systemic through child services and foster care in the country.  ** Trigger Warning ** We describe some of the experiences of survivors. 

Thanks to ; we discovered a new sub-genre of music called “that uniquely combines the uptempo rhythms of with the catchy midtempo beats.” It's SO GOOD if you love Chicago House or Afrobeats, listen! Omopiano playlist by harmattanrain.com is now available on Spotify or Apple Music.

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“When religion and politics travel in the same cart, the riders believe nothing can stand in their way. Their movements become headlong - faster and faster and faster. They put aside all thoughts of obstacles and forget the precipice does not show itself to the man in a blind rush until it's too late.”

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