Colour your life is an educational podcast aimed at sharing the stories of dynamic people of colour from all marginalized races to share the sacrifices and accomplishments our forefathers made to create the world that we live in today. Although it is not perfect. If you're interested in learning some really awesome history and not be put to sleep by a boring professor this is the podcast for you. Every episode contains a dramatic representation of the person or event being spoken about. I hope you allow me to Colour Your Life!😇
Manifest Destiny. Part 1. THE HOW. Gruesome October
Manifest destiny in the United States of America. How it happened 🙃. The next episode will look at how it happened in the Caribbean and then a final episode will look at the terrible effects it had on the indigenous people as well as the societies of the Caribbean and Africa! Gruesome October
Caribbean Ghost Stories. Cobblestone Inn. #1
Today's episode takes you to the lovely island of St. Vincent in the Caribbean. Where we explore a former sugar estate and talk about it's history and definite huantedness. It is based on my first hand encounter with spirits on the island, and aimed at sharing why it is important to allow people to preserve their culture. Enjoy the episode
Queen Nzinga Mbandi
The first african leader to stand up to the Portuguese, the trans Atlantic slave trade and colonialism. This is the story of an incredible woman, who through power, strength and great wisdom saved her people from the horrors of slavery! And retained her rightful place on the throne.
Emancipation in the British Caribbean
Apologies for the tech stuff going on here guys. I'm trying. This episode is about the Emancipation of slaves in the British empire in light if emancipation day which is celebrated on august the 1st in all british Caribbean islands!
How Europe f****d the Caribbean part one.
I have no words that will adequately describe what this series is about. The title I suppose is self explanatory. I felt that, I needed to take a break with talking about incredible people and talk about the things people don't like to talk about
Alexander Hamilton The Great
It's the weekend of July 4th, and America despite fighting off a pandemic is gearing up to celebrate their independence. How many people know though, that a black man, from Nevis in the Caribbean single handedly saved the newly freed land from economic crisis and poverty after 1783. He was also the person who won the final battle at Yorktown and drove Britain out of America FOR GOOD. Alexander Hamilton both financially and militarily saved America from Britain