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Mango Tea Podcast

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October is depression and mental health awareness month. For this very special podcast collaboration we speak with Gibby from the soon to be launched Its a Safe Space Podcast where we discuss his mental health journey and dealing with stigmas i
September is designated as Amerindian Heritage Month in Guyana. The Amerindians are 10% of the country’s population and hold significant Political clout and influence. For this episode we interviewed Kapohn Romar who is a descendant of the Kapo
For our very first episode on Youtube we throw it back to when we visited St Lucia for the first time. We talk about how we stayed at a luxurious guest house on a budget and ate mangoes all around the island. --- This episode is sponsored by
We're back!!!! After taking time off this summer we are bringing you our top 10 hot stories from the region for summer 2021. Bring your tea and get ready for some shade. Please share and dont forget to follow us on all platforms @mangoteapodcas
This week we discuss Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Getting back to normal, Carnival coming back, the Mehul Choksi saga in Dominica and more. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week's mango is messy and juicy. We discuss Cuba relations with the US and CARICOM, the olympics and much more 
This episode with speak with Isiuwa Iyahen from the UN Women Caribbean office on a Domestic Violence survey that measured the prevalence of gender-based violence in select countries 
This week we discuss the Volcanic eruption in St Vincent and talk 4/20 earth day  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week we’re back to sip tea and eat mango! We discuss the launch of the Eastern Caribbean digital currency-DCash and talk tea on a white principal who told a Haitian-American to kneel as punishment. Share this episode and follow us @mangote
This week we discuss how weary we are on femicide in the Caribbean and why everyone man should send a Caribbean woman $100USD. Rest in Power Khanice Jackson  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. htt
This week we sip and spill tea with the founder of Abortion JA. We talk the origins of the grassroots organization, social media, calling out politicians and the future. You're going to want to listen to this episode!   --- This episode is s
This episode we speak to our “cousins” FeminiTT about feminism in the Caribbean, the rate of femicide in Trinidad & Tobago, intersectionality, educating on gender equality and cold Julie mangos. Make sure you follow @mangoTeapodcast and @femini
This episode we sip tea with Patricia Rodney, wife and best friend of the Guyanese Revolutionary Professor Walter Rodney. We talk about their life together, fighting imperialism and making sure his legacy lives on --- This episode is sponsor
This week we sip tea with Professor Cécile Accilien, who's dedicated her career to teaching about her culture, we talk about what's happening on the ground in Haiti now, the women that have revolutionized history, her Haitian pride, her secret
This week we discuss the what happened to Andrea Bharatt of Trinidad and Tobago and how the justice system frequently fail to protect Caribbean women. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://an
The hosts give off their initial reaction to hearing the news on the Trelawny Jamaica Church shooting and the question of safety in Jamaica after a report noticed that its the top country for homicide in the region --- This episode is sponso
There’s a Haitian community in NASHVILLE, yes that Nashville. We sip tea with sisters Christelle and Delores LeGrand of Growing up Krenglish and they tell us growing up and living in Nashville, Tennessee as proud Haitians --- This episode is
Its a new year, new logo and more episodes! We kick off our inaugural Sak Pasé Ayiti month where we talk all things Haiti. Our first episode of the year we speak to our friend Karin on Haitian independence and what it means for the culture ---
As we wind down before we go on our Christmas break we reflect on our 1st year, what we've learnt and how we've grown. We truly feel honored that you've listened, liked, shared, commented, followed us on social media and kept coming back. Thank
We pick up where we left off with from Episode 41. The mango is sweeta and the tea is bubbling  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Whew! 2020 came in hard like Adele’s Bantu- NOTS but we made it and kept the baby hairs intact. We’re highlighting the top 11 tea and mango from this year and running in our community for 2020  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The
Do you remember the Venezuelan oil tanker with 1.3 million barrels of crude oil floating off the coast of Trinidad? Yes? No? Well we spoke to Gary Aboud from the Trinidadian organization Fisherman and Friends to discuss what’s happening today a
Have you ever spoken to a Black Caribbean man or woman that supports Donald Trump? Well we got you, the interview was conducted mere hours after Joe Bidden and Kamala Harris were elected to the Oval Office. With fresh wounds Haitian American Co
This week’s episode we discuss the mess that is the US election and why we are 1000% supporting #BidenHarris2020.   GO VOTE! THEY HAVE MANGO AT THE POLLING SITES --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
You’ve either seen or heard of the hashtag #endSARS. For this very special episode our special guest Dom (@dmncrss) brings down the origin of #endSARS and the potential ramifications it has for Nigeria Tallawah in de MC- Christophe Maleau- 3.57
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