As weird as it might sound with all the fuss around Brexit, the UK is one of the world leaders when it comes to embracing racial diversity in the country. Tolerance and equality are topics […]
Nisha Chandar-Nair sheds some light on under-appreciated Black talent in the fashion world.
From refusing to let Black athletes compete to segregating the playing field so that Black athletes weren’t allowed to perform at the same time as White athletes; it is clear to say we have come a very long way. Although you may not be able to imagine a life of sport without the likes of Usain Bolt or Raheem Sterling, there are many African-American athletes which once ignored these barriers in order to not only pave the way for their fellow Black athletes in forthcoming centuries but to make the world a more equal platform. Over time, we have had the opportunity to witness many exceptional Black sporting figures that have made history and have changed the world of sport for good. We should be privileged that we were able to witness this.
Image Credit: Hullfc.com Rugby League has long been a sport associated with pioneering. The formation of the game itself was a leap of faith, with 22 clubs in the North of England rejecting the stranglehold […]
Louis Newstead delivers an ode to writer Maya Angelou…
Image Credit: today.com In an industry filled with the stigma that you have to be a size 6, white skinned, blonde hair female to become a principle ballerina, Sierra Leonean born dancer, Michaela DePrince is […]
Livia Kenton reviews the latest series of Top Boy, making its return as a Netflix Original series
Shannon Cook discusses the life and work of writer Jamaica Kincaid
In celebration of Black History Month, our team of writers play tribute to some of our favourite musicians. Beyoncé by Ed Barnes By this point, it would be hard not to argue that Beyoncé is […]
Sabrina Martins discusses Xavier Burgin’s new documentary ‘Horror Noire’, and gives a rundown of her top Black History Month inspired horror movies.