Personal Development

Love Your Self-ie

November 17, 2017, Comments Off on Love Your Self-ie

Based on some damming evidence provided by human beings themselves, I would earnestly describe us as a generation of ‘self-lovers’, but this comes in many forms and fashions, and can either be a good or bad thing. Nowadays it is almost second nature for us to pick up our phone and take as many…

Race & Social Justice

A Letter From An Angry Black Man

November 1, 2017, Comments Off on A Letter From An Angry Black Man

Cultural Appropriation is somewhat a mystery to me. As a Black British man, born to Nigerian parents both exquisitely dark in complexion, I find the fact that there are people in this world who purposely choose to aggressively leech a particular culture for reasons I could only describe as monetarily driven…

Mental Health

Mental Health In The Black Community

October 16, 2017, Comments Off on Mental Health In The Black Community

I am a twenty-seven-year-old black man, born and raised in the south-eastern region of London. My parents were both originally from the beautiful city of Lagos, Nigeria. They relocated to the windy coast of England in the 70s. Growing up in an African home certainly had some great perks…

Honesty Corner

Days Like These – Dealing With The Loss Of A Loved One

October 1, 2017, Comments Off on Days Like These – Dealing With The Loss Of A Loved One

The 5th of March 1944, the birthdate of my father also known as my hero; ironically born during the second World War. The 17th of September 2011 is another date I couldn’t forgot even if I tried as it is where I was for the first time in my existence, completely broken and unashamedly vulnerable…