010 One8Tea – Race and Justice 3

My guest today is no stranger to Lost and Found.  He was part of our trio of launch episodes back in March and he joins us again to talk about race and justice.  He is an award winning Christian hip-hop artist, a black man who is a fellow Canuck ( that’s what we in the True North Strong and Free call a true blue Canadian.  I have said before and say it again, “this is a season where we of the majority community in our culture to take time to listen to what our friends from minority communities are saying about race and discrimination. So pull up a chair and sit with us as my good friend, hip-hop artist One8Tea I talk about race issues and what we can do to step into a brighter day.  You never know… we might even drop in one of One8Tea’s latest releases.

This is the third in a series of podcasts where we address race and discrimination.  If you have not already listened to Episodes 8 and 9, I encourage you to download those episodes as well.

Resources
One8Tea emphasized throughout the interview that his music flows from his life experience. His experience might not be the same as yours, and it certainly differs from mine, but listening to him telling his experience through his music is a learning experience we hope you will benefit from.  Here are links to some of his work:

Albums

  1. Reverence – click here to download from Apple Music
  2. Ventilation – click here to download from Apple Music
  3. Out of Anguish – click here to download from Apple Music
  4. U-Turn – click here to download from Apple Music

Singles

  1. I Guess It’s Complicated – click here to download from Apple Music
  2. One People – click here to download from Apple Music