Black Panther: Lessons for the Diaspora

 At this point I’m not even sure if there is a need to put any spoiler alerts in this post – we’ve all seen the epicness that is Black Panther by now (if you haven’t…

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An Interview with Okwu ID

Okwu Ndi Igbo na Ala Beke (Igbo Diaspora Media)   Okwu ID is an independent platform of young Africans, telling their own stories and documenting their culture. Earlier this month I joined Okwu ID for the filming of…

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The Fashionomics Series: Kuba Wraps UK

KUBA UK is a line of authentic African head wraps & accessories handmade in London, founded by Georgina Owusu-Ansah a secondary school Business and Finance teacher. Born to Ghanaian parents, Georgina has always been in touch with…

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The Fashionomics Series: MIA LDN

MIA (Made in Africa) LDN  is a clothing project, showcasing handmade formal wear from some of Africa’s finest tailors. The line was founded by 24-year-old trainee solicitor and Nigerian born, ‘Andre the Designer’ whose frustrations with men’s trousers led…

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An Interview with The Dapaah Group

One of the aims of this blog is to promote and inspire the work of the African diaspora in the UK. For my first insight, thankfully I didn’t have to go too far and got the chance to…

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