#6 Third Culture Kids (Part 2 – A Global Perspective)

Hey, thanks for tuning into the second part of the two part series on Third Culture Kids (TCKs). A Third Culture Kid is someone who has lived (or living) in… Read More

Meet the Maker – Nancy Adimora, Creator of AFREADA

I recently bought the book “The Good Immigrant” a collection of short stories on being a person of colour in the UK, the funny situations and less funny micro-aggressions that… Read More

Interview with Idriss Kargbo, the young Black actor in West End musical, Wicked

 I had the pleasure of speaking to Idriss Kargbo, who stars in the West End hit musical Wicked. We quickly caught up about his role in Wicked, theatre etiquette and… Read More

#5 Third Culture Kids (Part 1 – A Pan-African Perspective)

A Third Culture Kid is a generic term used to describe a generation of people raised in a culture different from their parents or what’s on their passport. The term… Read More

The BFI Presents Unbound: Visions of the black feminine

AFROBLUSH readers get 241 film tickets for Unbound: Visions of the black feminine @The BFI  This month I’m partnering with the British Film Institute (BFI) for Unbound: Visions of the… Read More

#4 The Black Beauty Business

The Black Beauty Business  The Black beauty business is a big deal – culturally and economically, and for that reason I invited women at the epicentre of the industry for… Read More

Meet the Maker – Rich Mkoloma, Fashion Designer & Consultant – Adidas Originals

Meet the Makers – Conversations with Africa’s Creatives From playing characters on the big screen and being creators of the big screen, to literary giants and eccentric artists, the Pan-African diaspora boasts… Read More

#3 The Art of Seduction

In this episode we discuss what it means to be seductive and how this plays out in design, marketing and dating.  Recording this episode was so much fun, but let… Read More

Meet the Maker – Jay Mansaray, Journalist and Founder of A Clodhopper

Meet the Makers – Conversations with Africa’s Creatives From playing characters on the big screen and being creators of the big screen, to literary giants and eccentric artists, the Pan-African diaspora boasts… Read More

Meet the Black Millennials Launching The UK’s First Podcast Festival – @SOLiveFestival

I’m rather new to the podcast game as I’ll be recording the third episode of the AFROBLUSH Podcast this evening, however, I’ve been an avid podcast junkie for many years… Read More