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15 Feb 2012
Q&A with Kim Crosby

Passionate and outspoken “queer survivor” Crosby tells Sway about her involvement with The People Project and her rare experience working with the likes of d’bi young.

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14 Feb 2012
Q&A with Akwasi Owusu-Bempah

Akwasi Owusu-Bempah is co-author of a new study, Whitewashing Criminal Justice in Canada: Preventing Research through Data Suppression.

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10 Feb 2012
Q&A with DJ Flowmaster

If you happen to wonder into any major African parties in Toronto, chances are it was organized by Solomon Okal AKA DJ Flowmaster. DJ Flowmaster has come a long way from organizing small parties in borrowed spaces to being on the verge of owning his own lounge in downtown Toronto.

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7 Feb 2012
Q&A with Litigator Tanya Walker

The Toronto-based commercial litigator tells Sway about her award-winning career in law and special appearance on the year’s official Black History Month poster.

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31 Jan 2012
Q&A with Ethiopian activist Teddy Fikre

The community activist opens up about his privileged life in Ethiopia, a difficult childhood and the immigrant experience in pursuit of the great American dream.

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26 Jan 2012
Q&A with Farley Flex

The Scarborough native is busy these days serving as a motivational speaker all over Canada as well as advocating the issue of diversity in the corporate world.

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16 Jan 2012
Q&A with former MuchMusic VJ Namugenyi “Nam” Kiwanuka

Sway catches up with the new mother as she reflects on her time on MuchMusic and on her journey since she left the music channel.

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11 Jan 2012
Saba Kahsay, Ethiopian soul singer and engineer

Her music is a mixture of soul like ancient Aster Aweke, with a touch of old Motown meets the smooth and gravy like sound of old Muluken Melesse with the distinct like voice of Zeritu Kebede.

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12 Oct 2011
Q&A with Miss AfriCanada 2011 Jessica Acquaye

Sway caught up with Miss AfriCanada Jessica Acquaye to discuss future goals for her reign and Miss Angola’s recent win in the Miss Universe 2011 pageant.

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23 Sep 2011
Dr. Andrew Brown – Just a normal guy

“There is more to the black experience than basketball and athletes,” says the 27-year-old Toronto-born physician. “Don’t be confined by what you see on TV.”