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The Black Magic Network are putting Black British men at the forefront of their own success stories in this years show. Now in their third consecutive year, and hosted by Britain’s Got Talent live show semi finalist Kojo Anim, The Criterion Theatre London is set to be buzzing with all the #blackboyjoy for their first Black Magic Awards - Men’s Edition..
With the rise in female leadership and the gravitas of the female voice, the impact of empowered women empowering women is causing game changing results in all manner of industries.
Pushing boundaries to create work that tells diverse stories, incorporates more equality, is inclusive and more representative of the world we live in is fundamental to consumers having a broader view of the world, and Boutique Marketing Agency SevenSix are taking on that mission too!
As part of a 2-day residency at The Lyric Hammersmith between 11th - 13th March 2019, five black men tell the story of chasing the rainbow and searching for a pot of money. Script Writer and Director TD.Moyo challenges the misconceptions that men are not ‘emotional’ in her theatre production ‘Feels’ inviting audiences into the many feelings of manhood and more..
The Teen Experience is a series of self-development workshops for black and mixed raced teens, with the intention of empower, educate and engage a fast-paced, social media savvy generation, and allow teens to build relationships with each other beyond their mobile phones and social media apps...
A young woman who is working toward better learning resources and alleviating educational barriers is Tope Kazzim, Founder of Better Start – a not for profit that takes a holistic approach to helping the learning and development of young people on a global scale..
In line with Mother’s day on Sunday, our first representation of #BlackGirlMagic is Mother and daughter duo, Selma Nichols, Founder and Creative Visionary of Talent and Casting Agency #LooksLikeMeUK and her princess, Riley-Ann.
Coming from a performance and production background, Selma has easily transferred her skills into her new territory, and the inception of #LooksLikeMeUK was birthed out of 3-year old (at the time), Riley-Ann’s questions around not seeing people who looked like her in fashion and advertising..
In a bid to address the lack of representation in the film industry. TearDusk Founder. Mathieu Ajan is launching his film club, Bounce Cinema. The initiative will create a space where the underserved can share life through their lens in front of, and behind the camera...
Owner and Founder of The Lash Lounge, Ashade Cole, shares with us her employee to entrepreneur journey; the highs and lows of now being an employer and that annoying people can not be escaped..
We met with secondary school teacher, and now self-published author, Charlene Shaw to talk about her first book, Fall in Line, some of her favourite titles, and what lessons being a teacher has taught her..
Every New Year is a prime opportunity to set goals, and strategize ways to make our lives more fulfilling. Broderick Hunter took some time to have a conversation with us about his definition of success, what he wants to see more of in the world, and the ultimate advice for taking dope pictures..
One of the powerhouses behind this often-complex and controversial industry is changing how we engage with the industry, at what levels we are exposed to the industry and creating opportunities for a more diverse representation of adland..
As firm believers of the power of words, and speaking and meditating on good things, this Black History Month, we are sharing some of the most profound and inspirational comments and expressions from the Black British Community..
The Black Young Professionals Network has been the go-to place for black young professionals to network, socialise and date. Founded by, business development executive by day and budding entrepreneur by night, Kike Oniwinde, she passionately believes in the power of community and developing links and lasting connections with like-minded individuals..