June 23, 2020

Yemen – the worst humanitarian crisis with the least media coverage

Recently, I’ve come across a thought-provoking tweet, which made me question whether we, as humanity, are really winning our fight for human rights and focusing on […]
June 18, 2020

Jeffrey Epstein – One Monster Down, Thousands to Go.

TRIGGER WARNING: The following contains details of sexual abuse and trafficking.            Netflix recently released a documentary on the serial abuser, Jeffrey […]
June 17, 2020

Changing the narrative of the ‘Strong Black Woman’

Growing up many black women were told that we would have to work twice as hard as anyone else. Once because we were women and twice […]
June 16, 2020

An Extensive Performance – Performative Activism

It goes without saying that we’ve seen a plethora of activism techniques within the last couple weeks. Some chose to use their platform (no matter the […]
June 12, 2020

Goals for Girls – Building Communities 

I have always been interested in the idea of community. What does community mean to people? How are communities changing in 2020, along with the ways […]
June 1, 2020

Let’s Talk Race

In the recent days around the tragic murder of George Floyd, individuals and communities from all walks of life and all backgrounds have come in solidarity […]
May 26, 2020

A thought on Capitalism..

It’s not unusual for someone of my age to dedicate a generous portion of one’s thoughts to anxieties about future career, ambitions etcetera. But after spending […]