A candid conversation on race, religion and culture… Continue reading BEAUTY IN BLACKNESS
Anti-blackness is prevalent in many communities, it is a result of how different cultures have had anti-blackness deeply rooted throughout many generations. Continue reading We Need To Talk About The Anti-Blackness In The Muslim Community
In 2017, I was lucky enough to visit Somalia for the first time in my life, and I never thought it would be such an eye-opening experience as to what I wanted in the future. Continue reading How Visiting Somalia Changed My Life
by Furqan Mohamed Honour. That, unfortunately, is what it all comes down to. Rape culture perpetuates the idea that whatever a woman has done to her, is her fault and it is shameful. Harmful societal constructs encourage the thinking that a woman, if harassed, 1) brought it on herself, 2) should have done something to prevent her assault/abuse 3) she should protect her and her … Continue reading Muslim Women in the Era of #MeToo
Our society is drawn towards this idea of ‘finding yourself’, as if a person’s inner self is something that is hard to reach… Continue reading Is This Me?
Yasmin Ahmed recently graduated with first class honours in Law from the University of Hull and is now working as a journalist at BBC World Service. She also has a scholarship to read Public Policy at the University of Oxford, starting in September where David Cameron will be one of her lecturers. I spoke to her about her groundbreaking work, and her journey of where she is today… Continue reading We Are the Next Generation, We Need to Empower One Another