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Young Black Brits taking on the Olympics

By Rosie Vacciana-Browne The year 2020 was full of adversity, polarisation and isolation. But, in Tokyo 2020, diversity, unity and community reign supreme. Team GB have...

The Sk8 Debate : Why Roller Skating has become so popular in 2021

By Tiana Browne  Roller skating was born in the US around the 60s and 70s, it also paved the way for roller disco that began...

Black people didn’t lose the Euros, England did

By Rosie Vacciana-Browne For the first time in 55 years, England’s football team had made it to a major tournament final. The energy across the...

Pinterest pins down weight-loss ads

By Rosie Vacciana-Browne If you’ve logged in to a social media account anytime in the last 10-years, then it’s almost a given that at some...

Grenfell, four years on

By Rosie Vacciana-Browne It is one of the biggest tragedies of our time. A social injustice birthed from the very heart of Britain’s institutions. There...

Black Men Have No Protection

by Dylan Tejada Within the last week, it was brought to the media’s attention that a young black man named Richard Okorogheye had gone missing. His...

Men’s Mental Health: What Individuals Have Done To Help

by Dylan Tejada In our current world where social media thrives off its consumers and daily  users, as we know, a lot of young people...


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