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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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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Oct 18, TM Podcasts

#TMPodcast Ep2: Black Feminism

Hello! It’s black history month so we decided to give you all TWO podcasts this month which are available on BOTH ITunes and Soundcloud! This episode is all about Black Feminism. In this episode we discuss the Serena Williams v Naomi Osaka tennis match which rocked the world with debate, black men and white women’s perception of […]

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Jun 18, Your World

BAME Organ Donation

“To donate is to give someone the gift of life” I find it incredibly frustrating hearing some people’s opinions about organ donation, particularly in the black community, because we are literally hurting ourselves. Last week on @themovehub we ran a poll on Twitter and on our Instagram story asking people whether or not they had registered […]

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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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Apr 18, Your World

Knife Crime

No one truly believes that tragedy and heartache will come knocking on their door until it does. The thought of such pain is too much for many to comprehend. The ache in your stomach. The heaviness of your mind. The emptiness of your heart. So when we see such disasters on the news we entertain […]

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Jan 18, Your World

Nano-Post-Colonialism

What does the rest of the 21st century hold for the oldest continent in the world? All my life, I have been taught by Western society that the African continent is downtrodden by its own inequities such as rife destitution, corruption, poor levels of education, poor infrastructure and perpetual war. Even as a person of […]

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Dec 17, Your World

Should we separate the art from the artist?

Should we still watch House of Cards after the Kevin Spacey thing? Is it okay to listen to R Kelly after all the allegations? What about XXXtentacion? Harvey Weinstein? Meek Mill?? Bill Cosby??? If you know me, you know I refuse to listen to Kodak Black. It’s not that I don’t like his music, to […]

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Your Culture

Loud Family

You and me will always tight arguing every single day and night – even when you catch me acting like a fool on the phone to Mr. Right. A bond that is ever so light, you’ll still get corned for thinking you’re so bright. LOUD FAMILY they’ll make you scream, every time they holla, family… […]

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Feb 17, Your Move

Noir Escape Launch

Noir Escape launches with their first event “Chocolate and Chill” this coming Valentine’s weekend, 18th Feb. Noir Escape is the first bar catered for the working millennial, with a focus on celebrating Black British Culture. For those nights you don’t want to turn up hard, but you don’t fancy staying at home watching Match of […]

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