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An interview with "Theo Huxtable"

Not *that* Theo Huxtable but close enough. What is your favourite city in the world? That’s actually a hard question to answer. It have to be New Orleans & Chicago. What’s the most unusual item you take everywhere you go? Fortune cookie fortunes that I keep in my wallet. Why do you do what you […]

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Marcus Daniel

The non-profit media organisation welcomes a new era with their new editor. This is arguably the best media news I’ve heard all year. If you haven’t heard of Media Diversified, familiarise yourself now by visiting their website. On 19th November, they announced Marcus Daniel as their new editor-in-chief. This means even more to me personally as […]

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uncle-phil-lucille

We miss Uncle Phil and moments like these demonstrate why. I looked up to my dad even if we didn’t see eye-to-eye in my teen years. I saw certain similarities between our relationship and Will and Uncle Phil’s in The Fresh Prince. And like many episodes, Will got himself into some trouble and couldn’t get […]

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Simon - Power In Discussion

Simon is a speech language therapist and founder of Power In Discussion, an organisation creating positive discussion in the context of mental health and well-being, identity, and experiences faced by Black communities in Britain and Black LGBT representation. What is your favourite city in the world? Las Vegas. What’s the most unusual item you take […]

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King Alphonso by Jean Michel Basquiat

Yes, the anniversary of his death was yesterday but everyday should be a celebration of Jean-Michel Basquiat. That’s the line I’m going with anyway. I won’t pretend I knew about him for years. He was a name I’d heard but not explored further than occasional utterances. Then I went to see his Boom For Real exhibition at […]

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upendo

Upendo Taylor is a Californian artist “who made New York his canvas”. The artist has worked with the likes of Adidas, Burton, Gatorade, Stones Throw Records, and Black Milk. UPENDO ART

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