How to Stop Being Fooled by Misinformation

Misinformation is information that has been shared and/or created without intentionally trying to cause harm but it does so because it misleads and provides incorrect information. It is different from disinformation which is deliberately created…

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Why Black People Should Not Always Be Expected to Forgive and Forget

I think about forgiveness a lot – well maybe not A LOT – but enough to consider what it truly means to me and the impact it has on how I heal from harm and…

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Made in The Diaspora

If you don’t already know by now I absolutely love discussing pop culture and identity whilst integrating how PR is relevant across our day to day lives.  I was recently invited on to the #ColourOutTheBox podcast…

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The Importance of Amplifying Black Stories in British History

History in its purest form is about story-telling; accurate, fact based stories passed down through generations so that we may learn from those stories and grow. I see the importance and power of story telling…

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Why Mainstream Media Does Not Care about Your Feelings

My relationship with mainstream media is a complex and interesting one. On the one hand I must always stay plugged into what the mainstream media is covering in order to provide the best media relations…

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