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April 21, 2021

Keeping Culture Alive Through Virtual Experience

Even as lockdowns are lifted and vaccines are becoming more and more accessible, we are still very much in a pandemic. Some restaurants and stores...

April 19, 2021

Lockdown Weight Gain And The Pressure To Lose It

When the UK government’s lockdown roadmap was announced towards the end of February, I was thrilled. Finally - nights out, house parties with more than...

April 16, 2021

Black Women Entrepreneurs: An Upward Trend?

“I wanted my daughter to know from her earliest memory… That her hair was magnificent.” As Kameese Davis, an entrepreneur from Birmingham walked into the Dragons'...

April 14, 2021

Women’s Sexual Pleasure Shouldn’t Be Taboo

If you’ve been following the news, you’ll know that Zoella’s (Zoe Sugg’s) content was dropped from the GCSE media studies syllabus in February 2021 after...

April 12, 2021

Your Favourite Fashion Brands Are Buying Cotton From Xinjiang. Now What?

Cotton from the Xinjiang region of China is known for being some of the best in the world. Accounting for around 20% of the world’s...

April 09, 2021

How Brexit, Covid And Politics Are Fueling Violence In Northern Ireland

Despite the snow and the cold weather, this past Easter weekend has been very hot in some parts of Northern Ireland. Since Good Friday -...

April 07, 2021

Long Covid: The Psychological Implications Of The Pandemic Are Here To Stay

During the first wave of the coronavirus infection, the unexpected arrival of a pandemic caused trauma in many people. It interrupted everyday routines, forced isolation...

April 05, 2021

The 'Rape Culture' Scandal In British Schools

There are over 12,000 reports of abuse or violence, both verbal and physical, for what is now called 'rape culture' in British schools and universities....

April 02, 2021

Black Women Are Expected To Save The World, But Who Is Going To Save Us?

It is a known fact, that black women are almost always victimised but are never viewed as victims in any instance. Society has this obsession...


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