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Happy Black History Month!!

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Happy Black History Month!!

Hey Hey Froday Family!! It's the 1st of October which means it's Black History Month here in the UK babyyyy!!! For our international family Black History Month is in October in the UK.  The month aims to promote and celebrate Black contributions to British society, and foster an understanding of Black history in general. In the UK it was launched in the 1980s in London and was largely the result of local community activism challenging racism in general in British society and the Eurocentric version of history that dominated the state school system. It was first celebrated in October 1987. It was organised...

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Three Ways To Style Your Afro this World Afro Day

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Three Ways To Style Your Afro this World Afro Day

September 15th marks the official World Afro Day!! Yes, a day dedicated to the excellence that is Black Hair baby!! So how are you rocking your fro? Or how will you style your hair in your obligatory Afro appreciation Instagram post?  Don't worry we have your back for both! TWA or a long Afro this is for all of you! Check out our post on three natural hairstyles you can rock with your Afro!! AFRO PUFF  As the Lady of Rage once said! "I rock rough and stuff with my Afro Puffs.. Rock on!!" Who doesn't love a good puff? Fun...

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Black & Queer Activists you should be following

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Black & Queer Activists you should be following

You've probably heard the saying “you can’t be pro-black and be anti-LGBT” but how do you support and learn about the LGBT community? It can be a daunting experience as you don't want to come across as mean or brash however, in order to unlearn some of the harmful views you've been taught you need to put yourself in an environment where you can be educated. So here is our run down on Black and Queer activists you should be following. 1. Munroe Bergdorf www.instagram.com/munroebergdorf Munroe is a British transgender model and activist. She has walked in both London and...

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September Self Care

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September Self Care

New month, New you! It's September which signifies harvest time and new beginnings! Are you trying to get back into the routine of life and enforcing some sort of structure seems like a mess. Especially with all the Covid19 restrictions the idea of “Going back to normal” is more than likely impossible and we have to embrace "The new normal" however, it's important to take care of YOU and the best way to do that? With a self care checkup!   We’ve already gone through ways to practice self care at home (if you missed it find that article here) but...

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Debunking Diet Culture

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Debunking Diet Culture

Diet culture is way more harmful than you probably think. But what IS it? Essentially, diet culture has the foundation that thinness is the ideal beauty standard. It's the epitome of being  “healthy” and is more morally valued in society. No one's saying you shouldn't work out and eat healthier, if that's the personal goal you wish to achieve then you should absolutely go for it however, with the fluctuation of different fashion trends it's easy to get sucked into the idea that you need to be skinny to be pretty and healthy when... that's not true. RECOGNISING THE SIGNS ...

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