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In this episode, we recap some of the more interesting things that have happened throughout the week, as well as discuss the idea of an individual spending $800 per month on OnlyFans. As usual feel free to reach out to us on Twitter or Instagram to share your thoughts on the topic.Caribbean Millennials
 
In this episode we are joined by Didi Beck, Jamaican film maker, creative and intuitive psychic. Didi has had a number of experiences with ghosts (duppies) and shares some of her personal experiences as well as her creative projects High Strangeness which document some Jamaican ghost stories through film. You can find Didi Beck and her projects at …
 
In the episode of the podcast, we recap the week. We talk about the Facebook outage, as well as the whistle-blower, and our thoughts on the platform and its ways. We also talk about the Dave Chappelle special on Netflix, and how certain groups are calling for him to be canceled. Leading us to talk a bit about cancel culture and our role in it. We a…
 
This week's episode is a bit of an odd one. We find ourselves answering a series of random questions from Anushka, one of which leads us down a rabbit hole of talking about situations/experiences that may have traumatized us from our childhood and shaped some of our behaviors today as adults. It also leads to Vernon wondering or questioning if he h…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we talk about the events that have taken place in the past week. Some of those events seem so crazy that we start to wonder if we are in an episode of the Twilight Zone. Join us as we discuss the madness that has been going on in the world. As usual, feel free to share your thoughts and feelings about anything discus…
 
In this episode, we talk about the crazy misuse of platforms and spreading of disinformation that has happened throughout the week, including Nicki Minaj's wild claims about Trinidad. We also discuss and interesting documentary done by VICE. See below for the Link to the documentary. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHDny7byfKs&t=124s…
 
In Episode 113 of the Caribbean Millennials Podcast, we discuss the changes in the work environment, with regards to work from home, as well as business hours, and many more things. Join us and feel free to share your thoughts on the topic with us on Twitter or Instagram.Caribbean Millennials
 
We're back!! Feeling all refreshed and rest after a much-needed break we bring Episode 112 to you. In this episode, we discuss some of what has been going on in the world while we've been enjoying our summer, including Elections in St.Lucia, the Olympics, as well as the latest news with regards to Covid 19.…
 
This episode is sponsored by our good friends over at Sapat Gaming. Please check them out on Instagram and order one of them their awesome Caribbean-inspired games. Sapat Gaming Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sapat.gaming/Caribbean Millennials
 
This week on the podcast, we go over what has happened around the world including the death of DMX, Prince Philip, the eruption of the volcano in St.Vincent, as well as what is going on in the George Floyd Trial.Caribbean Millennials
 
In this episode we are joined by Janice Leonard from Her Sexual Space Podcast, a Licensed Professional Counsellor, currently pursuing a specialization in Sex Therapy. We talk about what a healthy sex life looks like, exploring your sexuality and sexual liberation, sex positive parenting and much more! Guest Info: Janice Leonard, St Lucian in Dallas…
 
In this episode, we celebrate hitting the big 100! We never thought we would make it this far and are really proud of how far we've come. We dive into how and why our podcast journey started, speak about some challenges along the way, and goals for the future.Caribbean Millennials
 
On this episode of the podcast we talk about Internet Crusaders wanting to make fun of people for working a 9-5, toxic women wanting to police their ex's thoughts, people wanting to decide who can be a patriot based on their location, and how the vaccine is being received by St.Lucians. We also have a link to a survey we are using to get feedback o…
 
Parlez-vous français? In this episode, we are joined by Guadelopean native Maëlla Kancel, the host of the Karukerament podcast. In her podcast and blog, she explores her experience as a French Afro-Caribbean woman, as well as the representation of the Caribbean in literature, music and film. Where you can find Maëlla: https://www.karukerament.com/ …
 
So much emphasis has been placed on "The Birkin Bag" or just having your partner spend money on you as a means of validating the relationship. We discuss how materialism is so prominent in the media and discussions on relationships.Caribbean Millennials
 
WFH is where it's at. Many of us have been thrust into a working from home lifestyle. In this episode we discuss, what needs to happen for remote work to succeed in the Caribbean and generally in the future. We also speak about our experiences working from home.Caribbean Millennials
 
Oh she looks like a stick she's so skinny! Look at her walk, its like she's rolling! My boy, your belly looking big, they must be treating you well! We've all heard some unwelcomed commentary on our body image. In this episode, Anushka leads the guys in a discussion on body image and body positivity. A lot of time this discussion focuses a lot arou…
 
Why don't we support our own? Why do we require external validation of our culture? Why do we allow others to appropriate our culture? These are some of the very important questions we address on this episode of the podcast.Caribbean Millennials
 
Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown, founder of the Carry On Friends Podcast, Breadfruit Media, and the Caribbean Podcast Directory, joins us for a discussion on the future of podcasting and specifically Caribbean Podcasting.Caribbean Millennials
 
We came across an article by Andrea Wesley entitled 'Why Dating as a Millennial is so Screwed Up'. Here's our take as we dive into the top reasons on this list. Link to article: https://www.bolde.com/dating-millennial-screwed/Caribbean Millennials
 
2020 has been a wild year and every time we think it can't get any wilder it just finds a new way to top itself. In this episode of the podcast, we discuss some of the madness that has been going on in the world...Most of which have taken place during our little one month vacation. So join us on our first episode back as we go through some of the s…
 
Being from the Caribbean, in some way or shape we have all been influenced by Agriculture especially in rural communities. It is a part of our history and who we are. Over the years, Agricultural Development has been a point of contention in many Caribbean countries as Tourism has emerged as the primary industry. In this episode, have a thrilling d…
 
In this episode we are joined by Sharifa Khan of Brukout Media for a discussion about Caribbean Representation in the Media and other spaces. Sharifa also touches on her work to represent the Indo-Caribbean identity through visual portrayal.Caribbean Millennials
 
As Black Lives Matter protests erupted all over the US and the world, after the senseless murder of George Floyd, we share our thoughts, feelings and frustrations around racial injustice, protests, and discrimination.Caribbean Millennials
 
With the global pandemic, many of us have had questions as to what will the future of the Tourism Industry hold? Will the Caribbean as a destination be cancelled? This week, Kristy Morris, Digital Media Coordinator at the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation, shares her perspective on tourism after COVID.…
 
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