Mi Dun Talk

AIRS ON: Saturdays // 4 PM - 5 PM
HOSTED BY: Kamala mi dun talk Wright

Welcome to Mi Dun Talk 

Hello, and welcome to Mi Dun Talk , where we dive deep into the rich and vibrant tapestry of Caribbean culture, music, and heritage. Today, we're embarking on a journey through revolutionary reggae consciousness, the pulsating rhythms of Dance Hall music, and the profound legacy of the Caribbean indigenous community.

We'll explore the stories of the Maroons (Kromanti), the resilient Caribs, and the ancient Taino people, whose traditions and histories continue to influence contemporary Caribbean life. We'll also delve into the Rastafarian movement, a spiritual and cultural force that has left an indelible mark on reggae music and beyond.

Dance Hall culture, with its raw energy and powerful lyrics, reflects the dynamic and often complex realities of Caribbean life. From the streets of Kingston to global dance floors, this genre has become a voice for the voiceless, addressing issues of identity, love, and resistance.

But our discussion doesn't stop there. We'll also be talking about current affairs in black culture, examining how these historical and cultural threads weave into the fabric of today's societal challenges and triumphs. From music and art to social justice and community activism, we'll explore how black culture continues to evolve and inspire.

So, stay tuned as we embark on this enlightening and empowering journey through the heart of Caribbean and black culture.