A Quarantini with Aisha Thomas — The Quarantini Podcast

In the year of the pandemic, of George Floyd’s murder and the toppling of slave trader Colston’s statue here in Bristol, we ask Aisha Thomas, educator and mother what it means to her to be black and to teach black children.

We are deilghted to have music from Aldous Harding who is over here recording her latest album and has kindly let us play a track from one of her previous albums — Designer.

PLUS — our usual round up of positive responses to the virus from around the world….

Music: Fixture Picture , Aldous Harding

t Flu, Seb Gutiez, The Old Bones Collective — opening music

Hosts: Melissa Chemam and Pommy Harmar

Producer: Pommy Harmar

Originally published at https://the-quarantini.captivate.fm.

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Freelance journalist/writer, I’ve reported in 30 countries for the BBC, CBC, DW, magazines, on African-European relations, social change, arts, music & politics

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Melissa Chemam

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Freelance journalist/writer, I’ve reported in 30 countries for the BBC, CBC, DW, magazines, on African-European relations, social change, arts, music & politics

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