Kim Kardashian shared an Instagram post this past week of her daughter and two nieces. The post received a batch of negative comments from followers regarding Khloe Kardashian’s daughter, True Thompson, who has the darkest complexion of the three babies. One user responded ‘I hate that True is so dark, the other two are a… Continue reading True Colourism: Khloe Kardashian’s daughter becomes a victim of colourism at 5 months old. The issue of Colourism continues in 2018
Client: Emmanuel Church I video edited this and some other sub 60second clips for the instagram account, created subtitles to assist the talk and wrote the caption for the published post. Visit @weareemmanuel to see the full instagram account. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bl2dgeclnU6/?taken-by=weareemmanuel
Recently there has been an increase in the diverse representation of black narratives in mainstream media. This is encouraging to see particularly as when mainstream media outlets have chosen black narratives in the past, its often been focused on topics such as slavery or crime. However, there have been more recent examples of a variety… Continue reading The Increase of Various Black Narratives in Mainstream Media
ND18- Truth Is Music video review.
Slogan: A sophisticatedly ratchet Word delivery system with an Everlasting God . I recently came across this podcast via their Instagram account @hashtagscripture. Humorous hosts Tina and Funmi lead this fun and faith-filled podcast. Touching on a variety of subjects such as free will, gender equality, racism and more, this weekly podcast looks at topics through a… Continue reading Hashtag Scripture: A fun and faith-filled podcast
With this year marking 100 years since women got the right to vote in the UK and International Women’s Day having recently passed, Wednesday 4th April 2018 was the deadline for the UK’s biggest companies to release their gender pay gap data. According to the BBC, over 10,000 large firms have provided details of their… Continue reading The Gender Pay Gap Results and Next Steps
Track Review: Minus – DavEorKoFi ft. R-Scar
Afropunk festival review 2017