Whether it’s Jussie Smollett’s celebrity or something the prosecution doesn’t want the public to know, something about the case doesn’t sit right, Meera Estrada says.
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This isn’t your usual pop culture show. From film & television, art, music to fashion and beauty, kultur’D uses pop culture as the gateway to larger themes that affect us all, with an emphasis on diversity of people and thought. The show also addresses topics that may sometimes be seen as taboo, but challenges the status quo in a smart and engaging way—making listeners think and reflect on the conversation and how it makes them feel. Produced and hosted by Meera Estrada along with co-host Bee Quammie, each episode includes dynamic guests that add to the lively conversation.
A culture & fashion expert, Meera Estrada has been featured on numerous television and radio programs including Global News, CTV Your Morning and CBC Radio. Her work has been published in The Huffington Post, CBC Life, ELLE Canada and FLARE. She is also the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of FUSIA Media, a premiere online destination for the modern Canadian South Asian woman. It is where fashion, lifestyle, and entertainment intersect with global citizenship. A wife and mother of two, the juggle is real!
Bee Quammie is a freelance writer, blogger, media commentator, and public speaker. She’s the founder of two blogs — ‘83 To Infinity and The Brown Suga Mama, and has bylines in publications like The Globe & Mail, Today’s Parent, Chatelaine, and Macleans. Bee also works with brands and companies to help shape their online presence and communication strategies. She’s a panelist on CBC’s The National POP Panel and has been featured on TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin, CBC Radio, and more. She’s also a noted public speaker, offering talks and workshops on feminism and race & culture.
Always engaging, always inspiring, and always entertaining –imagine overhearing a group of smart and savvy friends chatting, disagreeing, and laughing about the latest buzz, and you’ve got kultur’D.
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This is neither a “we hate men” campaign nor is this an attack on masculinity. This Gillette ad is condemning toxic masculinity — there’s a big difference, writes Meera Solanki Estrada.