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
As the natural hair movement and community has grown the conversation around texture discrimination and accurate representation has increased. LAMBB - Lookatmyblackbeauty.com a platform that celebrates black beauty has created a documentary titled 'Kinks and Curls' to encourage the conversation and to share the experiences of black women and their hair. As I actively get involved in … Continue reading #KinksandCurls | Texture Discrimination in The Natural Hair Community
I'm sure you have seen all the conversation around Samuel L Jackson's comments on black British actors playing American roles in films. It's a real shame that the interview took an ignorant turn, because the conversation and discussions within the interview was very interesting and thought provoking. Up until the point where Samuel started to … Continue reading Why Is The Black British Struggle Ignored?
Representation is so important, I can't stress that enough. I'm so here for all the black men and women doing big things for the black community. Opening doors for more black people to express themselves. Showing the world that there's so much more to black people and black culture, than the negative images that the … Continue reading Representation Matters