Oct 18, TM Podcasts

#TMPodcast Ep2: Black Feminism

Hello! It’s black history month so we decided to give you all TWO podcasts this month which are available on BOTH ITunes and Soundcloud! This episode is all about Black Feminism. In this episode we discuss the Serena Williams v Naomi Osaka tennis match which rocked the world with debate, black men and white women’s perception of […]

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Sept 18, Your Move

Interview: Connect4Better (Cee4Bee)

Tell us a bit about Cee4Bee Connect4Better (Cee4Bee) is a three year old charity which sets out to improve the life chances of the minority black Afro-Caribbean living in UK. We want to reduce the statistics surrounding poverty within the Black community and want to see more Black African-Caribbeans breaking the glass ceiling in the […]

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Jun 18, Your World

BAME Organ Donation

“To donate is to give someone the gift of life” I find it incredibly frustrating hearing some people’s opinions about organ donation, particularly in the black community, because we are literally hurting ourselves. Last week on @themovehub we ran a poll on Twitter and on our Instagram story asking people whether or not they had registered […]

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Mar 18, Your Culture

Never Be Afraid To Tell Your Story

My world? What is it like you ask? Well, I am a 25-year-old woman of the Kingdom Living with sickle cell and that isn’t easy, in fact, it’s tough, extremely hard, mentally exhausting and physically burdensome. It’s a massive rollercoaster of ups and downs, promising yourself that you won’t let it defeat you and being […]

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Feb 18, Your Move

Student Politics: Don’t just be a face, be a Voice

3 years ago a shy but highly optimistic Black Girl started University with no knowledge of how I would survive being by myself and confused on how I could navigate through life while studying a Degree in Politics. 3 years later, I manage to survive university with less than 6 months to go before I […]

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Dec 17, Your World

Black Women In TV & Film: Powerful Impact?

“Be not discouraged Black women of the world, but push forward, regardless of the lack of appreciation shown you.” – Amy Jacques Garvey   In 2015, when accepting her Emmy Award for “Best Actress in Drama”, Viola Davis declared, ‘The only thing that separates women of colour from anyone else is opportunity.’ Blessed with such […]

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Oct 17, Your Culture

What do we do next?

  I’ve really struggled to write this piece, it’s weighed on me mentally because at the point of research and inquiry into what I wanted to convey as a message, I realized I was unable to find concrete definitions for what racism and white supremacy has become, and yes, they have both evolved. One of […]

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Sept 17, Your World

Of Liberation and Sight…

“You Only Ever Saw Yourself through the Eyes of those You Claim Oppressed You!” You Sought “Liberation” but Continue to Speak as they Spoke. You Sought “Liberation” but Continue to Think as they Thought. You Sought “Liberation” but Continue to hold firm to their Concepts. You Sought “Liberation” but Continue to hold firm to their […]

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Jul 17, Your Culture

Black Brit in the states

I studied abroad in my second year of university at the University of Maryland, College Park (don’t worry, this was before Trump). It was a truly life changing experience which I would recommend to anyone if given the opportunity. I knew that I wanted to write a post about my time abroad and thought that […]

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