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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

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Loc’s of Love

So I wanted to talk about hair because with my birthday coming up ( Big 26 😭), I’m going to be going through a lot of the self-care motions and hair is a big part of that process for me. I just wanted to talk a little bit about my hair journey, my choices and… Continue reading Loc’s of Love

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Divide and conquer in the aftermath of BLM

As the fire of Black Lives Matter is starting to die down what we are being left with all the scattered smouldering flames of activists and speakers talking about the less brazen everyday acts of racism enacted either against or within the black community. Many of these issues, such as colourism are serious issues which… Continue reading Divide and conquer in the aftermath of BLM

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Fantasy as a Vehicle for Social Change

Sci-fi and dystopian and fantasy fiction has always been the medium for rebellion. We’ve seen it with The Hunger Games and The Handmaid's tale. This genre often manages to tackle human rights issues better than social commentary, or literary Fiction, who usually discuss it rather than tackles. The symbolism that sci-fi, dystopian and fantasy fiction… Continue reading Fantasy as a Vehicle for Social Change

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Why the Netflix Show Ares is Worth Watching till the End

Young mixed-raced medical student, Rosa Steenwijk, wants to be accepted into the highly secretive and elitist University Society Ares, where all of the richest and brightest families of Amsterdam and their offspring have been accepted into over the years. But once in, it becomes clear that there is a sinister force, a monster, driving this… Continue reading Why the Netflix Show Ares is Worth Watching till the End