The UK’s first Black Month was celebrated in October of 1987. Prompted by the growing shame among Black children of their African identities and ancestry, Ghanaian born Akyaaba Addai Sebo devised a series of events to challenge the growing identity crisis among the Black British youth. 2020 marks the 33rd...
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Yasmina Nuny is a Bissau-Guinean writer and poet with a background in political economy and African Studies. She currently works as a communications assistant at a local Guinean NGO and does some freelance writing on the side. Some of her work can be found on her blog and her debut poetry collection, Anos Ku Ta Manda, is out with Verve Poetry Press. Keep up with her on her Instagram and Twitter @yasmeener.