Culture · In the shoes of a Graduate

Woke and in Transition.

Woke – A friend of mine called me this back in 2013. The first time I heard that word I automatically figured out what it meant, I didn’t need to ask my mate or go to the urban dictionary. But for those of you who do not know what this means, Normal dictionary definition: Woke… Continue reading Woke and in Transition.

Culture · Fashion · Uncategorized

Ugandan Girls discovering their Kinks, Curls and Nappy Naps

I have been natural since November 2012, and it has been a journey. I started with the BC  (Big Chop) with an inch left of hair. I have dyed it, cut it again, straightened it, cut it again due to heat damage, re grown it, faced the awkward stage, lost my edges due to weave… Continue reading Ugandan Girls discovering their Kinks, Curls and Nappy Naps

Celebrity Gossip · Culture · Journalism

Clueless Stacey Dash strikes again.

Stacey Dash strikes again; for those of you who have not been watching Wendy Williams, following twitter, or basically do not care for what trends let me enlighten you. So the clueless actress, went on air and dared to deem black history month and BET unimportant. She said that she doesn’t see the importance of… Continue reading Clueless Stacey Dash strikes again.

Culture · Food · In the shoes of a Graduate

The East Street Food experience.

Lately I have come to appreciate food. I like trying new things when it comes to food and I have taken it upon myself to try different cuisines and restaurants in London. Last week I decided to do exactly that as myself and a friend went to an East-Asian restaurant called East Street Food. This… Continue reading The East Street Food experience.

Art · Culture · In the shoes of a Graduate · Journalism · Photography

Faces of African Village.

During the end of the summer, I got a chance to travel back home for my lovely brother’s wedding which on a side note was AMAZING! However, that is not what I came on here to talk about. While I was home I got a chance to visit the African crafts and artifacts center called… Continue reading Faces of African Village.

Culture · Poetry

African in England

It was amazing to them how she was her mothers voice, An African in England and yet knew no English They watched as she weaved words out of her mouth with such rhythm And wondered how one could possibly make sense of the words that were coming from this small Ugandan woman Some thought it to be illiterate… Continue reading African in England

Culture · Journalism

Nairobi on snap chat

So if for whatever reason you have been living under a rock, there is this new app in these social networking streets called snap chat. This is a new age application which allows individuals to share pictures and videos of whatever it is that they are up to there and then with their list of friends.… Continue reading Nairobi on snap chat