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 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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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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August 18, TM Podcasts

#TMPodcast Ep1 Pt1

We have been quiet in July but not without cause! We are extending the conversations often written about by ourselves and our talented bloggers to the podcast medium. The Move Hub team asked an array of questions in the annual Survey Monkey and the demand for diversifying the way we talk to you was clear. […]

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Mar 18, Your World

Interview: Girls Trip Tours

Tell us a bit about Girls Trip Tours Girls Trip is a travel experience focused on female empowerment. We bring a group of women from around the world and across Africa to a specific African destination for the experience of lifetime. The idea is to explore Africa from a female perspective: connecting with homegrown influencers, […]

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Apr 18, Your Move

Ekua Haizel Update

It’s been 8 months since your last interview – How has your Vision for Ekua Haizel changed since then? From where it all started in 2014, a dream and not much of a vision. To the days, weeks and years spent growing with the brand and dedicating everything to making the dream a reality. Our fifth […]

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Feb 18, Your World

Is homosexuality un-African?

It’s no secret that homophobia is rife in Africa and the diaspora; at large. From the one thousand and one songs we all bop to condemning gay people to death, to the fact that homosexuality is still deemed a criminal activity in most African countries, it’s safe to say that most Africans were raised in […]

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Nov 17, Your Culture

Tales Of Abiola

Well if you ask me, it’s annoying when I’m forced to follow mum to a place I just know will be boring. If I had it my way, I would stay home kicking a tennis ball around pretending to be Jay-Jay Okocha as he twists and turns his opponent. Instead, I’m here mumbling lines to […]

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Nov 17, Your Culture

Diaspora

Diaspora Diaspora Motherland, I never saw her Well maybe only once As a baby Went to another land Mother and Father In hand In tow with two siblings Away from my other brothers and sisters In another land Other culture Where vultures Feed in appropriate ways Pass it on as diversity Just to get a […]

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Sept 17, Your Culture

It’s Your Time Now

Here. Are you here? Breathe in, Breathe out You are here now. This one goes out to my young Black British Millennial trying to negotiate their place in the system. A system that did not have you in mind when it was built. A system that has lied often, that has changed the rules mid-game. […]

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