Contact Us, Writers

Want To Write For The Move? It’s Simple.

Looking to showcase your skills and experience to people like yourself? We’re always looking for talented Black British writers, content creators, photographers, videographers business owners, freelancers, corporate and public sector workers and the like to share their experience or create a compelling and engaging piece on topics they are passionate about. At The Move we […]

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Contact Us, Dec 18

About Us

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. Check […]

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Dec 18, Your Move

Interview: Onidodo

1. Tell us a bit about Onidodo Onidodo means plantain seller in Yoruba, a language spoken in Nigeria. However the name was created by our last name Oni and Dare’s favourite food plantain which means Dodo in Yoruba. Onidodo started as a supperclub in 2014 and we were fortunate to launch February 2018. Onidodo is […]

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Dec 18, Your Culture

Interview: The Généraliste Shop *25% Discount*

USE CODE ‘THEMOVEHUB25’ TO GET A 25% DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES Offer ends 31st Jan 1. Tell us a bit about The Généraliste Shop Founded in September 2018, généraliste exists to make representative books, across the spectrum of the BAME community accessible to every child across the UK. Offering a curated mix of books, greeting cards and […]

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Dec 18, Your Move

Faith As Small As A Mustard Seed

“if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘move from here to there’ and it will move; Nothing will be impossible for you” (Matthew 17:14–20) I was going to summarise all the amazing highlights of 2018 and paint the perfect picture without speaking on the down and […]

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Your World

Why the advertising industry needs diversity

So it’s January 2018, I am doing my regular morning scroll on the TL while on my commute to work. Nothing out of the ordinary: Trump doing a madness, some guy chatting about women deceiving men with make-up, a girl promoting her christian blog, and then BAM. H&M’s new children’s campaign comes up. The monkey-jumper […]

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Nov 18, Your Culture

Jesus or Oscar?

Jesus or Oscar? “Would you do a gay scene?” “Would you mind being a gangster?” “Would you get naked?” “Would you cross-dress?” “Would you do a sex scene?” At the age of 8 I decided I was going to be an actor. This made life easy and hard. Easy, because I felt like I was […]

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