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

Issues Within The Black Community & Ways To Solve Them

Wanting to address the issues within our community is something I have been trying to do and have touched on in a few of my blog posts before. This is not to ignore the work that has already been done, by the people who constantly inspire me; Jay & Tri Founders of Curlture, and Tobi … Continue reading Issues Within The Black Community & Ways To Solve Them

The UK Has A Terrible Understanding Of Race

  I haven't quite figured out if people here in the UK just have a really poor understanding of race and racism or if they are deliberately being ignorant.   I do believe it is a sad combination of the two, even though black people have been here since the beginning of time (don't let … Continue reading The UK Has A Terrible Understanding Of Race

Shaking Off The "Strong Black Woman" Stereotype

Photography by @gege_tribalunicorn One of my favourite bloggers Indigo Lorae wrote a post on being the strong friend, an eye opening piece for me. Shout out to Indigo Lorae for writing How To Be A Better Friend For Your Strong Friend. I never identified myself as the strong friend, mainly because what I believed it meant to be … Continue reading Shaking Off The "Strong Black Woman" Stereotype