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The Black Eskimo Podcast is a once a week series of monologue episodes by veteran Toronto based journalist and filmmaker David B.Dacosta.

The Black Eskimo Podcast is a once a week series of monologue episodes by veteran Toronto based journalist and filmmaker David B.Dacosta.
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Canada

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The Black Eskimo Podcast is a once a week series of monologue episodes by veteran Toronto based journalist and filmmaker David B.Dacosta.

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English


Episodes

The Black Eskimo Podcast (Hot Docs & Wu-Tang Clan) Ep #8

4/22/2019
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Toronto’s Hot Docs Film Festival has been identified as North America’s largest documentary festival. Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics & Men will screen at Hot Docs this year. Quite an interesting combination.

Duration:00:20:51

The Black Eskimo Podcast (Zodiac signs & Women) Ep #7

4/15/2019
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The Zodiac has been around for many moons. I’ve used it as a guide of sorts in my pursuit of the ideal woman since my high school days. Finding that member of the opposite sex who is best suited for you can be a tough find. The Zodiac doesn’t provide all of the answers but it can be of assistance in certain ways.

Duration:00:21:12

The Black Eskimo Podcast (Vinyl to Streaming) Ep #6

4/8/2019
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The way that we consume music has continued to change over time. These days it seems like everything revolves around the internet. Downloading, which was once cutting edge in the late 1990s and early 2000s, is now being replaced by streaming. Who knows what’s next?

Duration:00:20:04

The Black Eskimo Podcast (Interracial Dating) Ep #5

4/1/2019
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Interracial Dating still remains taboo to many. Despite this fact, males and females of all races take the plunge every day. Here in the Greater Toronto Area, I’ve been a spectator for the past 3+ decades.

Duration:00:19:45

The Black Eskimo Podcast (Black Canadians vs Black Americans) Ep #4

3/25/2019
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We live on opposite sides of the longest unprotected border in the world. We share the same point of origin but Black Canadians and Black Americans have noticeable differences. What are they?

Duration:00:21:24

The Black Eskimo Podcast (Musical Guilty Pleasures) Ep #3

3/18/2019
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I think that most of us have musical guilty pleasures, songs that we know deep down are on the cheesy side of things. I’m no exception in that regard.

Duration:00:24:14

The Black Eskimo Podcast (Tarana Burke & #MeToo) Ep #2

3/11/2019
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#MeToo founder Tarana Burke was in the Greater Toronto Area twice in the last month. Her presence in Canada got me thinking about the impact of the #MeToo Movement on the average heterosexual man and his dealings with women.

Duration:00:21:57

The Black Eskimo Podcast (Culture Vultures)

3/6/2019
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Culture Vultures is a controversial term associated with outside races capitalizing monetarily from culture created by African-Americans. Technically, it could apply to culture created by people of African descent across the globe. This is the debut episode of The Black Eskimo Podcast.

Duration:00:23:05