Category Archives: Diaspora Legacy

Angela Davis was right when she said “we needed a Donald Trump”

Angela Davis, Donald Trump, documentary, film, cinema

Before Donald Trump bulldozed into the UK last week, everyone knew there would be drama. Waves of protests in support of and against the US president were seen in England and Scotland. Donald Trump was only in the UK for a few days, but his presence led to an estimated 250,000 protesters marching through London, along with the famous inflatable

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Important quotes from I Am Not Your Negro documentary


We still live in a world where racial narratives are clearly defined and blurred at the same time. Despite some progress in racial equality policy, some of the issues around race that were acute decades ago, are still poignant now. Many black story tellers have pointed out the similarities and nuances between racial narratives past and present, but when I

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Why it’s important for all creatives to tell ‘niche’ stories


The ‘blogosphere’ can be all-consuming; as bloggers we’re told that consistency is key but sometimes I don’t have time to reflect on how my blog has evolved. A recent Twitter thread forced me to think of why I started blogging in the first place and the importance of so-called ‘niche’ stories. Many bloggers/vloggers/content creators want to develop content that will

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