Why Black People Don’t Have To Be Inclusive

Throughout my time supporting black owned businesses and attending events with a heavy focus on the back community. I have noticed that the conversation about including white or non-black people always comes up at some point. I completely understand why this conversation is being had, any business should be open to as many customers as … Continue reading Why Black People Don’t Have To Be Inclusive

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