One day we’ll be buying from black owned stores In the past battling and blurring institutional bigotry was the fundamental job that needs to be done, and blacks of my age owe an obligation of appreciation to the individuals who did it; our agreeable lives would be unimaginable without their endeavors. Today, however, these individuals are well meaning relics of another time, a period they in their minute helped us to move beyond. Our fundamental concern must be with new ages, who can satisfy their potential just in an England where victimology, dissent, and hostile to intellectualism don’t flourish … Continue reading Imagine if Versace was a Blackman would you buy from him?
2 brothers from South London Shaun & Craig McAnuff, taught how to cook Caribbean food by their Jamaican Mother and Grandma growing up, have developed their passion into a popular online platform ‘Original Flava’ teaching people how to cook Caribbean food in 1 minute videos. Their debut Caribbean cookbook is filled with over 70 of the best authentic and modern Caribbean recipes, including Healthier & Gluten Free ingredient alternative, Tricks and tips in the kitchen, Funny & inspiring family stories, and an insight into Caribbean food & cultural in South London. No matter if you’re a pro in the … Continue reading Black brothers doing big things
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