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Actress, comedian and author Tiffany Haddish has broken the news to her Georgia fans that her Atlanta show, scheduled for 22nd June, will not be going ahead due to her strongly disagreeing with the new abortion law in Georgia. The “heartbeat” bill, signed by governor Kemp on 7th May, prohibits abortions after a heartbeat can […]
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The author of irresistible new fantasy novel, She Would Be King, speaks to Pride When’s the last time you’ve read a novel about the origins of Liberia, from the perspectives of three supernaturally talented beings? To take a wild guess, the answer to that is probably ‘never’ – which is all the more reason for […]
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We speak to Marvyn Harrison, the founder of a podcast and social forum that helps black fathers all over the world connect in a unique way   On Father’s Day 2018, advertising professional and dad-of-two Marvyn Harrison combined a number of fellow black fathers in a WhatsApp group with the simple aim of highlighting them for the positive […]
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We speak to the Black Lives Matter advocate about his life, five years after the Ferguson protests, and his new book   In the past few years, there has been a new wave of people advocating for justice where they see it’s in jeopardy. From raising awareness online, to contacting their local representatives to physically marching […]
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As far as making marks go, Susan Wokoma has been one to watch for quite some time. For many, her turn in Chewing Gum as the sexually-repressed Cynthia was their first introduction to the comedic actress, as she managed to steal each scene she was a part of. From there, she starred in cult favourite […]
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Florence Otedola, also known around the world as DJ Cuppy, speaks to Pride ahead of her set at Strawberries and Creem festival this month With over two million online followers, DJ Cuppy is one of the most influential young Nigerians of the moment. You may remember her from 2016’s documentary Lagos to London: Britain’s New […]
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ITV2’s hit reality show is set to return to the screens of millions this week, as handfuls of hot singletons look for love in the Majorcan sun. However, with more people critiquing its deeper effects on society, Nicole Vassell questions whether Love Island should still be the watch of the summer  In recent years, it’s been impossible for many to […]
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Say goodbye to all your plans as our summertime obsession Love Island returns to our screens. With twelve confirmed singletons ready to find love in the Majorcan heat, we’re in for a treat. Be prepared to see a whole lot of cracking on, people getting mugged off and challenges that test who’s really loyal. It […]
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When creating any form of art, it’s almost a given that it’ll reflect the social and political issues of the time – whether intentional, or by accident. In new BBC drama Years and Years, this idea is tackled head on. A large-scale drama, it shows how one extended family reacts to the changing environment they live in […]
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We speak to British-Ghanaian filmmaker Amma Asante about new film Where Hands Touch, the portrayal of romance between a black German girl and a young Nazi, and the difficulties in bringing rarely told histories to the forefront  If you’re familiar with Amma Asante’s work, then you’re already aware of her passion for shining a light on little-known stories […]
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