African Diaspora

Are Black Muslim Women Part Of The Natural Hair Conversation?

Adama Juldeh Munu | Posted 23.09.2017 | UK Style
Adama Juldeh Munu

Despite thousands of online tutorials on how to take care of your natural hair, how to grow it long and the emergence of hair conventions and forums, Muslim women seem absent from this conversation.

Why Me Calling Myself Black-British Troubles My Mum So Much

Fisayo Fadahunsi | Posted 20.04.2015 | UK
Fisayo Fadahunsi

I agree with my mum that acknowledging my African heritage is important, both for the way I understand the world and the way that the world understands me. However, I would argue that how I identify is not entirely my choice.

Making Diaspora Remittances Go Further

Gibril Faal | Posted 18.08.2013 | UK
Gibril Faal

Perhaps post-recession, policymakers shall have greater empathy and understanding of the compounded problems faced by developing countries. As for migrants and diasporas, the awful stench of poverty and deprivation continues to occupy their senses as they manage their new lives.

Ten Things You Should Know About Black History Month

The Huffington Post UK | Christopher York | Posted 08.11.2012 | UK Universities & Education

The 1st of October marks the start of Black History Month, a cultural celebration and remembrance for notable people and events in the history of the ...

Witchcraft Branding 'Definitely Under The Radar' In Britain

The Huffington Post UK | Chris Wimpress | Posted 16.05.2012 | UK Politics

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A Decade for Peoples of African Descent

Manuel Barcia | Posted 06.04.2012 | UK
Manuel Barcia

The General Assembly of the UN has provided Africans from Africa and from the Diaspora with a stage to make their voices heard; now the opportunity needs to be taken.

What's Diaspora Got to Do With It?

Dele Meiji Fatunla | Posted 13.03.2012 | UK Politics
Dele Meiji Fatunla

It's fast becoming commonplace to say Africa is experiencing a renaissance; many of its countries, once used bywords for hopeless basket cases have made a sharp turn away from skid row onto Prosperity Avenue; their booming economies, growing populations and returning diasporans celebrated.