Black Women In Britain - South West

Black Women In Britain - Stories from South West England

"We are linked through our otherness, but we are not all each other. Hearing their vastly varying voices and stories has helped me to feel that my own story is more valid."

The Effects of Being Mistaken for Every Other Black Person in my Small South West Town

Nic Crosara

Editor's Letter: Black and Beautiful in the South West

Sunday 11 October 2020 9:00 PM

“Since Brexit, people think that they have more autonomy to be openly racist, whereas before it was more covert.

 

Behind closed doors, I was known as 'Bev the Black Bitch from Brum’.” 

Four Women on Being Black in Cornwall: Is It Getting Better?

Louisa Adjoa Parker

Christine Butler On Farming, Loving The Land & Doing It For Ourselves

Friday 9 October 2020 7:00 AM

Renée Jacobs

Belonging in Bath: Our Two Years of Mixed Heritage Adoption

Thursday 8 October 2020 7:00 AM

"Sometimes black joy is the biggest form of resistance and strength in white spaces.

 

If Cornwall has taught me one thing, it is that you can create your own space for joy anywhere."

Finding Black Joy and Connecting with my Jamaican Culture in Falmouth

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Malaika Kegode

The Effects of Being Mistaken for Other Every Black Person

Tuesday 6 October 2020 7:30 AM

Jasmine Richards

Examining My Priorities & Leaving the Cotswolds

Tuesday 6 October 2020 7:00 AM

Josephine Hall

Four Women on Being Black in Cornwall – Is It Getting Better?

Monday 5 October 2020 7:00 AM