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Remembering Forgotten Voices of World War I and II

It's almost Remembrance Day, but is everyone who fought fairly recognised?

Let's Not Forget The 5th of November

For 400 years, London has been celebrating the 5th of November. But why? This day marks the moment when Catholic rebels conspired against King James I in order to reestablish Catholic leadership in Protestant England. They ultimately failed, but what stuck was an affinity to anarchy and fireworks.

ScribersHive Europe - A Letter from the Editor

Samir has his say about the fantastic opportunity he took part in with You Press and Momentum World, reminiscing about the week he stayed in St Albans with amazing people.

Music Review - If You Want To – Beabadoobee

Bea Kristi known as beabadoobee, is a London-based up and coming artist. Known for her own independent, unique bedroom-acoustic sound, she has made an impression on the music scene with a throwback to 90’s and early 2000’s alternative rock…

Notting Hill Carnival: A Behind the Scenes Interview with Helen, a Costume Designer, Maker and Artist

An interview with Helen, about costume production and Notting Hill Carnival

Islamophobia Declining Thanks to Mo Salah

A study shows Islamophobia is declining thanks to Mohamed Salah rise to football fame at Liverpool.

Afrofuturism

A short tale about my unrequited love for Sci-Fi Fantasy books, somewhat tragic but a happy ending is on the horizon. Featured Image is original artwork created by Viola Bascombe

FLEE Reports: Born Human – Being a Dope Black Dad

This Father's Day, Afshin shares a short piece he created to promote Dope Black Dads, a group that supports Black fathers and challenges societal perceptions.

Small Talk at the Barbers

I look back at the times I take the trip to the barbers and how it has made an impact on my life.

A Re-proposal of Pop Art

Wharol exhibition in London