Lime with queeribbean blackademics, Stush an' Bush for their bi-weekly podcast on Caribbean happenings and overall mixup and blend blend, with a queer twist.
Stush and Bush, two culturally rooted words, speak to class in Caribbean countries. Both characters engage in this podcast bolstering Caribbean Creole, and immersing listeners in Queeribbean vernacular, serving as a guide to the world of being both Caribbean and queer through their lived experiences coupled with queer and ethnic theories.
Khadieme and Robert (@khadieme and @the_bishop1221) are two afro-queeribbean blackademics.
episode 6 | triple t
tabloids, transitions, thanksgiving. get into the mix up as Robert and Khadieme sits in their intimate space to discuss the elections, undertaking the journey of uncaging themselves, and the intensity they're both creating on this year's thanksgiving. Robert has a surprise giveaway, and Khadieme encourages folks who want access to food to reach out to them.
episode 5 | breathing through the madness
A dose of loving-kindness, a hookup for roast breadfruit, and some tips n’ tricks to get you through this week’s episode of a Global Pandemic: Election Edition. Tune in to hear Khadieme and Robert look back to 2016 to forecast an end for the 2020 elections, sing praises to the McBride sisters (again!), and discover the space between the mattress & the box spring.
episode 4 | is diaspora working?
Robert gets a new micrphone and Khadieme mishaps on "maricones," but more than that, more mix up on latinidad, story telling and some oral historian work. join us as we speak with cultural anthropology PhD student and oral historian Andrew Viñales on intimacy, learning from our elders as we become them, and "the look."
"Varones in the Archive: A Queer Oral History Analysis with Two Black Puerto Rican Gay Men" by Andrew Viñales
episode 3 | can I not rest? feat. Nala Simone Toussaint
Black people just need likkle space fi rest wi front. join us as we discuss giving ourselves grace, growing up in the darkness and moremix up with activist, organizer and Afro-Caribbean goodaz gyal Nala Simone Toussaint.
To learn more about Nala's work, visit https://nalatoussaint.com/
episode 2 | fire & brimstone
it’s the fires in California for me...
it’s the mass hysterectomies in ICE concentration camps for me ...
the united states continues to be trash! the call for a bonded, ethical solidarity is ever clear. what is the caribbean connection? what are we going to do about it?
episode 1 | roast corn, run belly
triple threat: labour day, queer caribbeans of nyc day, and the stush an' bush season 3 premiere! we're starting this episode with official carnival business, a ghetto ass recap of miss rona's activities, and essential parkway hits.
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I... I... I simply. Wow y’all. I’m so happy y’all made this podcast. I’m not even Jamaican or Trinidadian but the Caribbean diaspora and its complexities. Episode 2 really did it for me. For real for real