All posts filed under: culture

Ways To Support Women

Manage Yourself. Manage your own biases. Listen to your inner dialogue and push back on yourself when you hear prejudice. Pay attention to what you’re saying (and doing) and ensure you’re reinforcing equity and fairness toward women in all things. Tune In. Seek to expand […]

My Afro Hair Journey

When I went natural last year we had just entered into a lockdown that I’m sure many of us thought would have ended after a couple of months. Going natural was something I had both wanted and not wanted to do for many years. I […]

21 Books By Women Of Colour You Can Read In 2021

With all that has happened recently (and for many years), it’s important that we keep doing all we can to support women. As International Women’s Month comes to a close, we need to continue to find ways to do this beyond the month of March. […]

Respect The People, Not Just The Culture

With recent events such as the death of George Floyd and the uproar from the Black Lives Matter movement, an outpour of support for black people has flooded in. The conversation reached mainstream media in ways I haven’t seen before. While this support isn’t as […]

Ethical/Sustainable Fashion Brands by Women of Colour

You have values. So should your clothes. Ethical/Sustainable fashion has been around for a long time, but it’s only now that it’s becoming a thing that people recognise not only as another trend but an actual necessity. 2019 saw a rise in people becoming more […]

6 Nigerian Authors

In celebration of the 59th Nigerian Independence Day, I’ve put together a list of 6 Nigerian authors along with a short review of some of the books and essays I’ve read (plus one author whose plays I would like to read). Nigeria is easily home […]