Nov 18, Your World

Where Are The Black Teachers At?

A couple of months ago The Move posted a poll on twitter to ask you all ‘How many black teachers/academics have taught you throughout your education?’ This was following a research report which found that: Out of more than 18,000 professors at UK universities, only about 110 are black Only 3.2% of academic managers, directors […]

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Sept 18, Your Move

How to strategise and protect your mental health while pushing for diversity and inclusion at work

Diversity and inclusion have become buzzwords across many industries and have become common topics for panel discussions, especially within the professional services sector. Working in law, there are countless diversity events, initiatives and award ceremonies and it seems like everyone has gone a bit diversity mad. However, when actively working in an organisation where you […]

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Sept 18, Your Culture

It wasn’t cool to be African at school

My name is Tamala Ceasar and I’m an independent filmmaker who produces under my brand She Produces.  I produce, direct and edit newsworthy documentaries that focus on controversial and topical issues e.g divorce in the Church, the conflict between being woke and being religious and the experiences of first-generation Africans and Caribbeans settling in the UK […]

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Sept 18, Your Move

Graduate blues

Graduation ceremonies are a celebratory occasion. A pivotal life event where your friends and family come together to celebrate your achievements over the past 3-4 years. It is a day which is often remembered for a lifetime. But what comes after that? It is the first time in many young people’s lives where there is […]

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TM Podcasts

#TMPodcast Ep1 Pt2

Welcome to all our listeners! It’s your hosts @cillahope_, @toro_ox and @jaytheeking. To launch our podcasting move off in full flow we decided to give you all a TWO part episode this month!! Following on from our previous convo on the Black British experience we are discussing an array of hot topics from the impacts of pornography […]

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Jun 18, Your Culture

‘Tis the season to wear florals!!!!

Groundbreaking right?! Not really. BUT sometimes it’s good to stick to what you know and how you feel in what you find comfortable. We’re all for diversity in style however, have you ever thrown on something basic and been given a ton of compliments for it? This outfit was one of those times! I got […]

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Jun 18, Your World

Raheem, Rifles and Racism

Raheem Sterling is a 23 year old father. He is a Jamaican by birth. British by trade. He is also a Golden Boy recipient and one of the highest paid under 23’s in the world. A feat achieved by making bold decisions, such as choosing football over a life of crime, and working increasingly hard […]

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Jan 18, Your Culture

Let’s all invest in Black Businesses, please?

I’m sure we can all relate that there is a shortage of successful black businesses, and there must be a reason as to why black people find it difficult to invest in their own. Is it down to the consumer or the entrepreneur? Or is it something more deep-rooted? I always feel ashamed when I […]

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Jan 18, Your Culture

Stormzy and the double standards of drug use

Last week, the dumpster fire of a newspaper that is The Daily Mail published an online article with the headline “Popular grime artists such as Stormzy are [fuelling] the use of ‘skunk’ by treating cannabis as ‘product placement…” I won’t link to the article because I don’t want to give that racist paper more clicks […]

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