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Let's Talk About Race

A collection of articles discussing a variety of perspectives and issues when it comes to race. This board is organised by themes such as colorism, afro hair…
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Phenomenal Black Artists, Ceramicists & Interiors Brands To Support Now & Always | British Vogue
Interview: Hill House Vintage's Paula Sutton - PAPER

Stay Hopeful

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Does All Hair Matter? – Afrocenchix

2020 & Beyond

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Like several other black journalists I know, I have been immediately sceptical about the motivation behind these TV spectacles
The backlash against Meghan and Stormzy shows that Britain is in denial about racism - CNN

Meghan Markle & The Royal Family

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Clipped wings - Tortoise
How Jessica Mulroney used white privilege and white fragility against Sasha Exeter and how so many around her are paying the price for her actions
Hypocrisy, fake solidarity and glass ceilings: My perspective working at the William Morris Gallery - We Are Parable

BLM responses

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Is your business model anti-racist? — Quartz
Why Nels Abbey Wrote a Satirical Guide to Thinking Like A White Man | AnOther
Young black journalists are leaving journalism after just a few years because of bullying in newsrooms, an academic and broadcaster with her own “horror stories” of racism has claimed. Despite progress getting young and diverse talent into the news industry, Press Gazette heard how there is still “a lot of work to do” to change … Continue reading "'Culture of fear and cliquiness' in UK newsrooms must end to move diversity conversation forward"

Work, Work, Work

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Why Gary Lineker was right to speak out about receiving racist abuse | Jason Okundaye | The Guardian
'Whitening' creams undergo a makeover but colorism persists
The former editor of Cosmopolitan Sri Lanka had a simple request: "Little girls shouldn't bleach themselves."

Colorism

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When TikTok creator @Lipglossssssssss decided to wear her 4C hair shrunken her videos went viral. She shares why choosing to exist happily, in her natural state resonated with Black women globally.
When TikTok creator @Lipglossssssssss decided to wear her 4C hair shrunken her videos went viral. She shares why choosing to exist happily, in her natural state resonated with Black women globally.
Most commonly known as ‘edges’ or baby hairs, Black women have been sculpting the shorter hairs at the front of the hairline with gel or wax to lay down onto the skin for decades. Yet, is the the trend unaccepting of Black women who choose to leave their edges free, deeming them “messy” or “unkempt” for doing so?

Fashion, Hair & Beauty

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White Women Doing White Supremacy in Nonprofit Culture | Tzedek Social Justice Fund
Ruth Negga: ‘People who say they don’t consider skin colour... are you f**king blind?’
We asked a bunch of people from Gen Z and trust us, you're about to feel very attacked.

Things You May Not Realise

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How Do I Tell A Friend Their Behaviour Is Racist? | British Vogue
Symona Brown is a 37-year old Jamaican British woman living in South London looking for her Mr. Right whilst her biological clock loudly ticks on. She announces to her close girlfriends after a boozy Sunday brunch, that she is ready to up her game and start actively dating, to their surprise and delight. After being co
Mary J. Blige on Recovery, Healing, and Taking Care of Herself | SELF

Love & Relationships

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I would encourage everyone to boycott fake tan.
The 10 Biggest Cultural Thefts in Black History

Cultural Appropriation

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‎The Financial Confessions: TFC #25: For Harriet's Kimberly Foster On Racism, Girlboss Feminism, Convincing Internet Strangers, And The Kardashians on Apple Podcasts
‎The High Low: After The Hashtags on Apple Podcasts
‎Slay In Your Lane: The Podcast: #BlackLivesMatter All Day Everyday on Apple Podcasts

Podcasts

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The first thing you notice about new London club The Wing – either in their interiors just off Regent St or on their website – is a barrage of pastels. The private members’ club only admits women, boasts a gym, several cafes and bars over five storeys, workspaces, and a “beauty room fully stocked with Chanel... Read more »
Have the feminist politics of maximalist pattern and craft now been co-opted by neoliberals?

Intersectional Feminism

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This is a Britain that has lost its Queen – and the luxury of denial about its past | Afua Hirsch | The Guardian
Thousands of people left the Caribbean for the UK with the promise of work and a new life. Many were forced to leave their children behind with elderly relatives. Nadine White meets those children and hears their stories
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Black History

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Most of Hollywood’s Writers’ Rooms Look Nothing Like America - The Atlantic
A People’s History of Black Twitter, Part I | WIRED
‘Insecure’ Broke Ground by Embracing Imperfection - The New York Times

Mainstream Media

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How to Cope With Race-Based Trauma | Teen Vogue
Donald Trump's Racism Should Not Surprise You
“#London protests #Trump as only London can. #TrumpBan #LondonStandsWithMuslims”

Protest

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How Growing Up In A Welsh Chinese Takeaway Shaped Me
Sex and the sari: Investigating And Just Like That's Diwali episode debacle | Vogue India
There’s Power in Asking for Help · Daisybutter

Non-Black POC

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PRIOR’s co-founder David Prior on why the cruise industry needs to sail into the sunset.
What It's Like Raising Third Culture Kids In China | Black Ballad
Africa Beyond the Western Gaze

Travel

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