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Judas and The Black Messiah: A Review

Rating: 4/5 Judas and the Black messiah has been set up as one of the must-see movies of the year, starring two very recognisable lead Black actors and Get Out stars, Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield, which in itself does seem to promise major intrigue in the way of plot progression and acting performance.The film… Continue reading Judas and The Black Messiah: A Review

Coffee Hour

Redefining Your own Blackness

While it is Black History Month across the Atlantic, it is important to remember our rich history and reassert our significance and importance to the global cultural fabric that all too often gets overlooked. But it's also really important to think about the correct and long term ways of securing that position for ourselves. In… Continue reading Redefining Your own Blackness

Tea Time

Media silence on the Oppression of Muslims

Over the last year, a lot of attention has been drawn to the plight of those in dire straights, outside of the Covid situation. From BLM (which is still a thing, by the way, even it’s no longer trending on social media), to #endsars and the multitude of issues transpiring in Mother Africa, LGBTQ rights,… Continue reading Media silence on the Oppression of Muslims

Coffee Hour

Anti-Blackness in British Islam

In the midst of fighting for Black lives, I think its important to remember that we are fighting for black lives in every corner of society. That being said, it is really crucial for all people of colour out there to understand that this movement is a call for you to change your attitudes towards… Continue reading Anti-Blackness in British Islam