Category: Culture

Claudia Jones – The First Notting Hill Carnival by B. Yakubu

If you ask most Londoners what Notting Hill Carnival is you will get many positive responses, but if you ask most Londoners who Claudia...

An introduction to Neoliberalism

The concept of ‘neoliberalism’ has, during the past twenty years or so, become widespread in political and academic debates. Several...

The Story of Robert Smalls

To celebrate Black History Month, I decided to search for an inspirational black person who does not get enough recognition for their...

Black History Month – The Alumni

Dum, dum, dum – the name sounds like a bad movie sequel. I can already imagine hearing that cheesy voiceover guy (you know the one...

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo: The Road to Number One by Thierry

  Cristiano Ronaldo was born on the 5th of February 1985. He is a 5-time winner of the UEFA Champions League and is the first to do so...

Being a female football fan

“Red army!” “We hate Tottenham, we do!” What with football being the main sport in England and all, you will...

Sheku Kenneh-Mason at the Royal Wedding

How Sheku Kanneh-Mason Inspired Me by Luke Smedley

Sheku Kanneh-Mason is a young, aspiring cellist, and the first black winner of ‘The BBC Young Musician of the Year Award’ since...

My Experience Working with the United Nations

Last month I had the incredible opportunity to go to Washington D.C to work with a United Nations Foundation called Girl Up. Girl Up is a...

Media’s influence on the modern mind

Media. Noun. It means ‘the main means of mass communication (broadcasting, publishing, and the Internet) regarded collectively’,...

Visiting Rome: A Young Black British Girl Abroad pt1

Oh, I love going abroad. The excitement of the plane journey, the crashing in hotels – even the waiting in airports. It always gives...

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