Black person enters a shop. Security man immediately follows, eyes trained on the potential shopper. Shopper cannot find the specific item he seeks, looks around confused. Salesperson begins a frantic level of activity; busy bee, there’s so much to be… Read more »
We must never forget who we are, where we come from and what we stand for. For example, you cannot speak of Great Britain without a full recognition of the role, history and impact of the nationalities that make up… Read more »
‘It must be a curse! Please someone help me, officer please help me! This is not my portion in Jesus’ name…….The fury of my ever-faithful God will be unleashed on the wicked person that wants to ruin me.’ ‘Madam, please… Read more »
It was in the days after the July 7th bombings in 2005 when I felt for the first time that maybe I didn’t belong, that this country that I accepted as my birth right, saw me as a migratory creature…. Read more »
A sense of community, shared goals and excellent role models and mentors are needed to help our young black generation realise their potential as they face the challenges of today.