UK Black History Month
“I think you look amazing! Aaliyah would approve.”
Where would we be without icons like Penny, Will, and Kel?
“Being able to have a week where we come together and share the language, the banter, and the culture is amazing for those that are born here.”
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"We want people to be touched with the message of gospel, the positive things of love, joy and hope, redemption, reconciliation and forgiveness."
A creative clapback where everybody is welcome.
“I try to write fiction that’s rooted in reality and the reality is even scarier than anything that I could write.”
"Loooooool you know how scared you've got to be to dance and shadow fight."
The year is 2023. My bantu knots are still wet.
“I’m getting to play black Santa,” says Ric Lewis, who was named Britain’s most powerful black person earlier this week.
Do these actors prefer their beans on toast or beans at a BBQ?
The satirical advert makes a critique on the trend of white people calling the police on black people who are simply minding their business.
These cartoons need to be made ASAP.
Here Are Some Things You Can Spend Your Sunday Doing To Experience Black British Culture Without Leaving Your House
Invite a little bit more culture into your life and familiarise yourself with some authentic black British content for Black History Month.
"I felt as if we were an ignored part of black history."
Ryan Coogler Has Apparently Signed A Deal To Write And Direct A "Black Panther" Sequel And People Are Getting Hype
"The best news I’ve heard in 2018."
"We need more wedding capes."
Can you recognise these stars before they were stars?
People Are Impressed That This Restaurant Serving Fancy West African Cuisine Just Got A Michelin Star
"What a time to be alive."
Don't be fooled, looks can be deceiving.
This Teen Was Invited To A Family Event By Accident, But She Went Anyway And It Was The Cutest Thing
"You out here showing up for complete strangers while my friends flake on me."
“It’s a time for black British women to just be. There’s so much healing in that.”
What to read, play, and watch.
Every day is a great hair day with these ladies ✨
How many different types of Eco Styler do you own?
No one else could wear a giant trash bag to the MTV VMAs and look this cool.
Would you rather use petroleum jelly as leave-in, or draw your edges on with a black marker?
Yassmin Abdel-Magied has done what the trolls have been longing for and left Australia. She talks to BuzzFeed News about finding acceptance and solidarity in Britain and why she'll never choose the easy option of keeping quiet.
Because representation matters.
"Nothing is going to stop us from coming together and celebrating our Somaliness."
“It might be a ‘trend’, but we’re not going anywhere.”
“I was in the queue for one hour ... and I would queue again," said one attendee.
Brenda, how many times are you gonna part that one tuft of hair?!
“Day to day is constantly painful – I get chronic pains. Some days it’s light but it’s always there.”
The dog? The autumn leaves? Or no filter at all?