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An online platform with the main purpose of aiding Black British millennial’s in their professional and educational careers. We also cover a range of social, economic and political issues faced within ‘Black Britain’, whilst also promoting aspects of our culture often overlooked in mainstream media in hopes of engaging other millennial’s in a conversation. Social […]

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Aug 17, Your Culture

Change the Narrative or Create a New One

As a writer, I naturally find myself inspired to create stories and narratives that I am hopeful will one day will be turned into feature length films and TV shows. Recently, it came to my attention that I rarely allow myself to truly visualise my character’s face, hair, eyes and other distinguishing features. I had […]

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Aug 17, Your Culture

CurlyTreats Festival Review

Following up from our interview with Vinna Best, the founder of the CurlyTreats Festival (previously know as natural hair week) we were kindly invited to the event to see it in action. We were greeted by a friendly face, quickly checked on the guest list and set free to roam the ‘marketplace’. Once we stepped […]

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Aug 17, Your Culture

Self-love and Relationships

Self-love is the foundation in which a successful relationship stems from. When you are secure in yourself and what you have to offer, you are able to give and receive love authentically. We often make the mistake of believing that self-love is a selfish act when in actual fact it’s about getting in touch with […]

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Aug 17, Your Culture

5 items under £10 for a full face of makeup

As a student there are times when you find yourself so broke that you’re relying on 3 for £1 deal of indomine at Asda to get you through the week before student loan drops. In these times you often reminisce about the items you had bought at the beginning of the semester that you could […]

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Aug 17, Your Culture

Where are you from?

Where are you from? “So where are you from?” they’ll ask, politely, and when you answer “here”, they say “no seriously, where?” And though the London in your voice rings loud and clear, they wonder if the culture to which you adhere, is really “from here”. And though you accentuate every letter they’ll forget that […]

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Your Culture, Aug 17

From Nigeria with love

Meat pies for me always take me back to my first year of university, my mum worried that I would not be able to look after myself made me a large batch of meat pies to take to university with me. I termed my emergency pies. I used to freeze them and when it was […]

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Aug 17, Your World

Black Love within English Football: Does it exist?

Football is the largest sport in the UK. According to Sporting Intelligence survey in 2012, 32.2% of premier league players are black whilst only 2% of the population in the UK are black. Paul Pogba is the most expensive footballer of all time playing for one of the largest clubs in the world.   Black […]

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Your World, Aug 17

What is Rape Culture?

Rape culture is a sociological/anthropological term (no, it’s not crazy SJW talk) used to describe how rape is prevalent and normalised due to societal attitudes about gender and sexuality. Rape culture refers to how, as a culture, we are socialised to see certain situations as normal or “just how things are”. It ranges from ‘harmless’ […]

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