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]

Support Within The Black Creatives Community

Is there really an issue with black people not supporting other black people? Or is it just something people say? This was the question I posted on Twitter and was glad to have a few friends get involved in the conversation. I know there is a deep rooted issue with the hesitation some black people … Continue reading Support Within The Black Creatives Community

I Don’t Know What To Write About

Watching NissyTee whilst enjoying some bananas and hot water. Am I the only person who drinks hot water? Rewind back to 12:00pm today and I'm warming up my rice, thinking about my neglected blog. Well my blog hasn't really been neglected, but I feel very guilty. There's only one lonely post up for this month. … Continue reading I Don’t Know What To Write About

The Angry Black Woman Stereotype

I have been struggling with this post. I wanted to post this ages ago, but it just wasn't quite right and I thought it might just be a little too negative.  I am constantly waking up feeling like the "angry black woman" stereotype is another way to shut black women up and to shame us … Continue reading The Angry Black Woman Stereotype