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Why I Love Being A Black Girl – Channing Brown

Why I Love Being A Black Girl – Channing Brown

“White people can be exhausting” is the first line of I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness. If that doesn’t signal what’s to come, I’ll tell you this book is a complete page-turner. Not like “I’m sitting on a beach” page-turner (although I would read this on a beach), but “I’m feeling […]

Meet The Artists Making Women Of Colour Truly Seen

Meet The Artists Making Women Of Colour Truly Seen

Amaal Said is a Danish-born Somali poet and photographer, living just outside London. She is 20 and a politics student at SOAS, University of London. Like many people her age, she spends a lot of time in her bedroom, listening to pop music and browsing YouTube. While she does all that, though, she is quietly […]