Community

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...

MENTAL HEALTH IN THE BRITISH ASIAN COMMUNITY

By Saffron Dusanjh “What will other people think?” For many South Asians, this question springs to mind when making any kind of decision – a decision...

Dave’s Brit Awards 2020 Performance: Listen before you criticise.

By Rani Ali https://www.youtube.com/embed/mXLS2IzZSdg?feature=oembed Following Dave’s memorable rendition of his own song ‘Black’, Ofcom received 309 complaints. These complaints were centred on his performance being racist...

Education is for EVERYONE – including Black boys

By Rani Ali Education is a universal right for every child, but not all children and young people have the same experience throughout the education...

What we can learn from UK Drill Music about Britain’s racial divide

By Jaya Gordon-Moore UK Drill Music is infamously known in British media as the epitome of the ‘black on black knife crime and gang violence...

Sounds Of Lockdown

By Jaya Gordon-Moore As a collaboration project with Primary. Fearless Youth Association are putting together an exciting new project for young aspiring creatives (aged 16-25)...

Footie, fun and fundraising at Forest Recreation Ground

On Saturday, August 28th 2021 The Gambian Community Nottinghamshire put on their yearly football tournament and family fun day

Why Black women need to attend their mammograms

Despite Breast cancer being more common in White women, Black women in England are almost twice as likely to be diagnosed with advanced breast cancer. Sherine Kheswa, Breast Care Nurse at Nottingham Breast Care Institute, is encouraging more Black women to come for their screenings.

Latest articles