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Journey through Afro-Brazilian Culture… Unspoken Barriers Photo exhibition

Journey through Afro-Brazilian Culture

Unspoken Barriers Photo exhibition unveiling

It’s exactly 2 years since I got a phone call that would change the my fate, particularly in education. When UAL admin called to tell me a “mistake” had been made – I couldn’t carry on with the second year studying BA Journalism, because I’d “failed” my first year, I thought my world would come crashing down… Continue reading

19 going on 29… The decade that flew by reflective Birthday message

A reflective birthday message as I come to terms with how quickly a decade can fly by…

the Educationally Frustrated student

keep calm birthdayHere’s a birthday reflective monologue I shared on Facebook which I thought I’d share with you… x

Wow… My 20’s have been an emotional roller-coaster! For the first time in my life I know the value of a “decade” and how fast it can fly by…

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Capturing the essence of me… From Photograph to Sketch

A tribute to artists who’ve captures the essence of me… From photograph to sketch…

the Educationally Frustrated student

Captured my essence; Olga Lolo Captured my essence; Olga Lolo

I’m really blessed to know some talented artists who have found my image worthy enough to capture on paper.

Last year when I went through my “big chop” transition by cutting off my processed hair, leaving my natural short hair exposed (a decision I soon regretted), it was the headwrap that came to my “bad hair day” rescue!

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When Africa came to the Square… Africa On The Square 2014

"I am a Londoner, I am English, I am British... However first and foremost; I am African" Kai

“I am a Londoner, I am English, I am British… However first and foremost; I am African” Kai

Londoners didn’t have to travel very far to get a taste of Africa on the 11th October, when the continent of all humanity came to one of the World’s most famed squares – Trafalgar Square in central London.

Africa On The Square was organised by the Mayor Of London for Black History Month. The event included food stalls, live music, acrobats, talent show and much more. Continue reading

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