BUT HE’S NOT RACIST

by Candice Nembhard I have been living in Berlin for around two months now and generally the transition from the UK to mainland Europe has been a relatively easy process. If we put rising rent prices, endless German bureaucracy, and the future of Brexit aside, Berlin in some ways is a safe haven for aContinue reading “BUT HE’S NOT RACIST”

20 | work and glow.

There are big things in store for January. Less than 30-odd days before everything is pulled from its roots and planted elsewhere. Frightened does little to cover the almost manic excitement that is bubbling away – yet my determination still has room to grow. Online spaces, my written work and social interactions have become aContinue reading “20 | work and glow.”

BLACK BRITS AND AFROPEANS

by Candice Nembhard The black British existence is inherently unique. It not only samples cultural flavours or practices from Africa and the Caribbean but seemingly blends those influences into standardised British behaviour. For many black children in modern Britain, the divide between our race and nationality somehow leaves a gap for white or even non-blackContinue reading “BLACK BRITS AND AFROPEANS”