Food for thought V.4

Read this powerful essay written by the late congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis shortly before his death. Read this amazing book by Emma Dabiri. This book was such an eye opener and touched me on deep level. I’m in my thirties and I’m still learning how to take care of my hair. I […]

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Food for thought V.3

1. The blog post that later resulted into the book “Why I’m no longer talking to white people about race” by Reni Eddo Lodge. I haven’t read the book yet but it’s at the top of my reading list. 2. This conversation between Felice León and Kimberlé Crenshaw about how Black women are left out […]

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Food for thought V.2

Systemic racism isn’t only an American problem The origins of the therm Intersectionality This documentary is a must watch for everyone! It explains the history of the racist American justice system and how it basically hasn’t changed much since slavery but also the role of capitalism in all of it. I think it’s great that […]

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Food for thought V.1

I’m starting a new segment here on the blog where I share books, articles, documentaries and other forms of media discussing issues around racism and decolonisation. I’m no expert in these matters but I wanna do my part in raising awareness and amplifying the voices of activists and people who work with these issues. I […]

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