Black History for Life // Fresh

follow url Fresh. Outgrow. Expand. Build a bigger life. Conceive a better future, there is so much for you if you want it. Take more for yourself. Take more for others. Stay cognisant, connected, invested and supportive of the struggle everywhere. Fresh captured by Seun Roti, creative direction by Shinade Walters and Tessy Cherono Maritim. This is the last

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Black History for Life // Midas Touch

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Black History for Life // Revolution

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Black History for Life // Power

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T x Victoria’s Lounge

On Sunday 23rd August, I joined award-winning filmaker Ng’endo Mukii, radio presenter Kalekye Mumo and UK-based model Komal Halai, for a discussion on defining beauty, at the invitation of our host, Victoria Rubadiri. I’m not an expert on beauty. I’m not an expert on women. I got invited on to the panel because I asked. If

T x Gen 50 +

Last week I had the pleasure of speaking with a group of 17-21 year olds on the topic of how to use social media as an effective tool in communicating a powerful message. I’m always eager to speak to young people so when the Gen 50 + team got in touch with me, I could