Mar 17, Your Culture

Moroccan adventures

Morocco legitimately gave me some of the best memories of my youth. It was my first visit to an African country which a friend and I visited for our graduation holiday Go during ramadan: First of all, it was sooooo cheap. Like ridiculously cheap. We were able to get a bed and breakfast deal in […]

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Mar 17, Your Culture

Mum’s The Word

The only time peace and quiet reigns in Iyabo’s household are when the tenants fall asleep. At all other hours of the day noise is a permanent lodger. If it is not the pots banging against the pans, then surely it is the screaming matches over the phone between relatives. For it is said that […]

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sept 16, Your Culture

Are you British?

Before going to America, I did not really consider myself to be British because I associated Britain with its history of slavery and colonizing other countries alongside more trivial things such as fish and chips or drinking tea. I did not feel as though I really had a place in Europe or anything in common […]

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Feb 16, Your Culture

Intercultural dating

Although interracial dating is a prevalent issue in our society right now, there has also been an increasing rise in intercultural dating. Although many who are under the ‘Black British’ title share the same race, our heritages can be completely different which can cause joyous and difficult moments when it comes to relationships. So as […]

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