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When We See Each Other
When We See Each Other* is a bi-weekly podcast focused on work by Black, queer, trans, non-binary artists/writers from a broad range of genres -- stretching from poetry to indie rock, pop, alternative, noise rock, hip hop, reggae, dance hall, metal, calypso, funk, etc. The show is sort of a mixed bag. There will be artist interviews to discuss artists' process in relation to their craft while facing the struggles of being Black, queer, trans in an industry that doesn't include themselves and their identities. It is an open forum for Black queer, trans, non-binary artists to share and expose their work.

*as in, "When we see each other in the streets..."

This podcast is produced by Stereoactive Media.
Nikkiesha Nicole McLeod is a queer, non-binary Trinidadian singer-songwriter, percussionist and writer. They began playing the steel pan at the age of twelve when they convinced their parents to let them join the…
Recent Episodes
This week we’re listening to music by Kin4life, Delila Black, and Mackenzie Shivers. There’s also some poetry in the mix, which discusses being Black in America and all the things we used to do during the summertime and took for granted pre-Coronavirus.
‘When We See Each Other’ is a new podcast hosted by Nikkiesha McLeod that will focus on work by Black, queer, trans, non-binary artists/writers from a broad range of genres. J McVay joins Nikkiesha for this first episode to discuss their background and goals for the show. Also, Nikkiesha has a special birthday message (and song) for their niece’s birthday!

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