One Woman’s Pledge to Print 100 Black Children’s Work

“There’s a large gap with literacy rates in comparison with African-American children, some kids go to schools that don’t have the resources. They don’t have access to laptops or the simple necessities.“ Meet Antionette Toni Mutcherson, CEO of BFF Publishing House, Award-winning Author and Tedx speaker, based in the US. Mutcherson has an initiative to […]

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Stop Coining Black Lives Matter a Political Issue

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A quick google search of the word ‘politics’ will bring up Boris Johnson, COVID-19 or another Conservative party member breaking lockdown restrictions. Defined by the Collins dictionary as “Relating to the way power is achieved and used in a country or society”, the term ‘political issue’ has been repeatedly used to describe the Black Lives […]

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White Privilege and Why You Should Use It

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“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” – MLK Sixty years have passed since Martin Luther King Jr led the Civil Rights Movement. Yet, in 2020 Black individuals are still fighting for justice and equal […]

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