Meeting Angie Thomas and the need for intersectional feminism

Meeting Angie Thomas and the need for intersectional feminism

Hey guys! How you doing? What’s new?

So I was invited by the lovely creators of Black Girls Book Club, to meet the fabulous Angie Thomas at Walker Books YA. After reading up about her, I was inspired by her own personal story.

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5 Things I Learnt From WOW Fest LDN

5 Things I Learnt From WOW Fest LDN

The Wonderful Women of the World is the soul of WOW Fest at Southbank Centre, London. Jude Kelly, who founded the event in 2010, aimed to create a festival that celebrates women and girls, and looks at the obstacles that stop them from achieving their potential. This year, it began on the 7th  and ended on the 12th of March.

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Why ‘#Free Melania’ Has White Privilege Written All Over It

Why ‘#Free Melania’ Has White Privilege Written All Over It

She stands behind her husband, not unlike other First Ladies in the past. She will be his shining emblem of family unity and marital intimacy. Yet, unlike other First Ladies, it seems Melania does not want to pick up the baton from where her predecessors left it.

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