Challenging The Angry Black Woman [Guest Post]

  I started writing a post on how black women are policed when it comes to our emotions. I pulled reference to Serena Williams’ public display at frustration over her recent US Open tennis final and how this was instantly characterized by the world media as brutish, aggressive and a host of other negative words … Continue reading Challenging The Angry Black Woman [Guest Post]

What Is Your Legacy? – Black People & Our Legacies

"What is your legacy?" The moment I heard Jay from Curlture ask us this at last years Black British Bloggers event I have been wracking my brain thinking about my own legacy. It's easy for me to just drift into the background and simply exist. Since I started blogging I have not only found my … Continue reading What Is Your Legacy? – Black People & Our Legacies

Beauty & Skin Care Created For Us, By Us

Last year I did a last minute BHM series: #BHMWithSaabirah. I shared a selection of posts dedicated to the black experience. You can read all of last year's and this years Black History Month content here. F.U.B.U - For Us, By Us As last year I shared my favourite black owned hair care products, I … Continue reading Beauty & Skin Care Created For Us, By Us

5 Reasons Why I Think Black Creatives Should be on Twitter [Guest Post]

Black Twitter is an online cultural identity that many black people around the world align with, popular culture depends on and businesses stay trying to profit off. While African Americans represent the largest membership base of Black Twitter, the increasing voice, power and influence that Black British Twitter has been something I’ve kept a keen … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why I Think Black Creatives Should be on Twitter [Guest Post]