Ounje Omo – Gbenga Turo

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An evil I need to rant about is this psyche of ‘Ounje Omo’ in Yoruba language (which loosely translates Children’s food) See, your children will never be your pension or welfare engine in… Continue reading

Who I really am : An African far from home.

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Growing up, my dad would often tell me “You’re not a British boy, so don’t start thinking you are. This is not your home”. I was born and raised in East London by… Continue reading

Black Kings and Black Love #ValentineSpecial

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This edition of Black Kings is a Valentine Special, I guess it would have been appropriate to publish this post on the 14th – but I believe that love between two people should… Continue reading

There is a Process of Giving Feedback: 5 Lessons Learnt…

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This post is sequel to my previous post titled 5 Ways to Find a Black Owned Business. It wasn’t until last week that I found myself replying to a lot of emails relating… Continue reading

5 Ways to Find a Black Owned Business

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This post is to briefly discuss whether consumers are having difficulty finding Black Owned Businesses to support. The post also suggests a sketchy guide on how to find Black Owned Business’ products/services to… Continue reading

Black Kings VI: Creative Black Men

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The Black King series is finally here for the first time this year to highlight yet another five exceptional black male bloggers and/or writers. In this series, if you are into architecture, story… Continue reading

Black & White Pictures and Monochrome Photography

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This is one post where my aim is to allow the pictures to do most of the talking. It is also an opportunity to appreciate black & white (or monochrome) art, pictures and… Continue reading

Men Advising Their Younger Self

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 It’s 2018! HAPPY NEW YEAR! It is so easy to start the New Year with the “new year, new me” quote.

Challenging Your Last Moments With 2017

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Towards the end of a 12 month period (from January to December), the majority of us are busy reflecting on the highlights and low lights of the year. Some are planning for the… Continue reading

Autumn’ 17 Black Owned Highlights

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October was a great month when it came to supporting black owned businesses as well as doing my little bit to celebrate the 30th year of Black History Month. Here is a summary… Continue reading

  • Black History Month 2018 – GET INVOLVED!!!!!!

    Last year, I was very disappointed that I didn’t take part during the black History month – so this year I am doing some serious pre-planning and wanting 31 stories for the month of October.

    If you are interested in taking part contact me here and I will provide you with more information.

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