Celebrating Black Success

Celebrating Black Success

Black History Month is not only a time to look back and take note of how far we have come, it provides us with an opportunity to celebrate the work and success of black people within the present time.

As BHM is coming to an end I wanted to take the time to acknowledge the work of some of the entrepreneurial, creative, hardworking and influential black young professionals that I find inspiring.

Note: All are under 25! 

Continue reading “Celebrating Black Success”

Advertisements

Colour Blind?

Colour Blind?

The truth is I had never really thought about what being black meant to me until I was in sixth form. Up until that point I guess ‘I did not notice colour,’ (which is funny considering the type of person I am now).  And as a Londoner I had been exposed to multiculturalism from a young age.

I was soon freed of that ‘colour blindness’ when I attended a predominately white sixth form. I had never felt so black before.

Continue reading “Colour Blind?”