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
I probably won’t be writing much in the way of Tea Time for a little while. As we can see, from the moment we switch on our televisions, scroll through social media, or look at the BBC News app, there is no news, so to speak of, except for that which pertains to COVID-19. Understandably,… Continue reading Seeing Through The Smoke of Covid-19
So, on the 24th of February, 2020, Weinstein was finally convicted of the rape of two women. The sentencing is set to take place on the 11th of march where Weinstein is set to potentially spend 29 years in prison. The reason this is so significant is that it was the Weinstein allegations that set of the… Continue reading Why the Weinstein Conviction is a Not a Win for the Feminist Movement
The UK has finally left the EU. After three years of ups and downs and three different prime ministers, the UK had finally fulfilled the Brexit promise of the 2016 Referendum and declared itself independent once again. And in those three years, there has been a lot of news coverage, elections and social media reports… Continue reading The Great British Exit
The abdication of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from their roles as senior royals has been the talk on everyone’s lips over the past week. Many people revile them for this decision while many others, many black women in particular, support them, and are hailing Meghan a hero. But the fact of the matter… Continue reading Renouncing the Royal Duties: Should Tradition take a Back Seat?