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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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Jun 17, Your Move

Do It Now Now Retail: Anti-Pop Review

I was fortunate enough to have been extended an invitation to Do it now now first retail anti-pop event, focused on connecting businesses in the black hair and beauty industry to the best in marketing, PR, branding and Funding professionals to assist them in learning what it takes to run a healthy, scalable and sustainable […]

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Jun 17, Your Culture

Self-respect

Do you respect yourself? No, do you really respect yourself? I had been investigating the concept of self-respect quite deeply as part of university dissertation but reading an article on manrepeller.com at the most opportune time really brought the point home. Self-respect is important. Depending on your definition, self-respect may actually fall into self-love but […]

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Jun 17, Your Move

Undergrad -> Postgrad

Many people decide to stay on for masters after they finish their undergraduate degrees because they think it will prolong the university experience and the timeframe until they have to start ‘adulting’ properly. However, for myself anyway, this has not been the case! My postgraduate life studying international law, ethics & politics has been very […]

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Jun 17, Your Move

Tips on your University of Oxford Masters Application

I recently got accepted into the Masters programme in Law at the University of Oxford (i.e. the Oxford BCL) and this post will be sharing major tips for anyone seeking an academic career at the University of Oxford.  The Oxford BCL is a world-renowned taught graduate course in law, designed to serve outstanding law students […]

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Jun 17, Uncategorized, Your World

The Black Mind

We are one people, descendants of champions united not just by a history but a common destiny for greatness. We are Pan-Africanists in the diaspora wide spread falling apart at the white man’s burden. Destroying ourselves with ignorance, pushing away feelings because we must fight a battle of colour, a battle we cannot win unless […]

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Jun 17, Your Culture

Of the conditions of this body

In the conditions of this body, female and dark – dark as in the stars have collected in the crevices of my eye sockets – I have only known how to be my own starry sun in the middle of the night sky and perhaps, perhaps this is why my own discourses of empowerment have […]

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Jun 17, Your World

Jamii

Recently we caught up with Khalia the founder of Jamii – the UK’s first discount card for African and Caribbean owned businesses. What was your starting inspiration? My starting inspiration for Jamii was the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement here and across the Atlantic. Many people began talking about the importance of supporting […]

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