Our hair is more than just a beauty statement – our hair is our history, our protector, and most simply ours.
We must make sure we are all celebrated and accounted for, writes Tamara Morrison Continue reading It’s time to get real about texturism in the natural hair community
While Judas and the Black Messiah opened fresh wounds on the treatment of African-Americans by law enforcement, it was also a reminder that Black women are only allowed to hold on to happiness for a limited time in film, writes Mwika Bulaya Continue reading Why is pain often at the centre for Black women in love in film?
There’s no doubt that singing sister duo Chloe x Halle have used the pandemic to their advantage. After releasing their second studio album UnGodly Hour last year, they have been working non-stop to serve outstanding visuals, breathtaking live performances, and … Continue reading #IStandWithChloe: Chloe Bailey and sexual liberation on social media
After a journalist called out Justin Timberlake for dismissing the chance to apologise to Janet Jackson five years ago, his apology seems even more performative than ever. Continue reading How performativity and fear of being cancelled led to Justin Timberlake’s apology