ETHNIC & CULTURAL
- LEARNING TOGETHER | SEPTEMBER 10, 2020 -
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF EXCLUSION &
WHY DIVERSITY IS CRUCIAL
Without diversity, knowledge is limited. Imagine that the world was tasked with solving the most complex issue known to humans. Only a group of white men, who were...
- LEARNING TOGETHER | AUGUST 30, 2020 -
Intersectional feminism is the appreciation of how different forms of inequality operate together, overlap and exacerbate one another in the process of raising women's...
- LEARNING TOGETHER | AUGUST 14, 2020 -
NOTE TO SELF: RESPECT & NOT
TAKING IT PERSONALLY
Around a year ago, I was sat with my friend after work having a chat about someone who was causing him problems, when suddenly, for some reason, I had a light...
What. A. Year. Throughout the past few months, despite seeing our lives drastically changing, I’ve cultivated an incr...
TURNING 22: LIFE LESSONS ALL WOMEN NEED TO KNOW THAT I WISH I'D KNOWN SOONER
- LEARNING TOGETHER | JULY 18, 2020 -
"I DIDN'T WANT TO BE
- MICHELLE OBAMA
- LEARNING TOGETHER | JULY 5, 2020 -
"YOU NEED TO PREPARE TO FAIL",
BUT I PREPARED TO SUCCEED
Dismissiveness is cruel. Feeling incapable is mental imprisonment. Self-doubt cripples potential. Yet, even one of the most influential and praised women in the...
"People say all the time:
"I DON'T UNDERSTAND HOW PEOPLE COULD'VE TOLERATED SLAVERY...
IF I WAS LIVING AT THAT TIME, I WOULD HAVE NEVER TOLERATED ANYTHING LIKE THAT"...
AND THE TRUTH IS, WE ARE LIVING IN THIS TIME AND
WE ARE TOLERATING IT."
Despite BAFTA-winning ‘13th' being released on Netflix four years ago, I, like many others, didn’t know that the documentary existed until recently. However, after viewing...
- LEARNING TOGETHER | JULY 2, 2020 -
DID SLAVERY ACTUALLY
EVER END IN AMERICA?
THE POWER OF
POSITIVE & NEGATIVE
- LEARNING TOGETHER | JUNE 20, 2020 -
CHANGE YOUR LIFE. BUT HOW?
Affirmations - the action of affirming things about yourself in your mind - can be positive and negative, and both have power. By telling yourself that you are ‘this’ or ‘that’..
I had always planned to pen about racism and resources for the education of the topic once I felt as though I knew enough to write a meaningful piece and share substantial...
BLACK LIVES MATTER:
RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION
- LEARNING TOGETHER | JUNE 3, 2020 (UPDATED) -
- LEARNING TOGETHER | JANUARY 19, 2020 -
HOW THE WORLD MAP IS COMPLETELY WRONG
We all know what the world map looks like and we all think we know that Greenland is roughly the same size as the African continent, but what isn't so well known is how..
A part of me didn’t want to write this blog post. I’m aware that there is a large chunk of the public who are fed up hearing about climate change, and I didn’t want to create...
17 EASY ECO-FRIENDLY HABITS THAT YOU CAN START TODAY
- LEARNING TOGETHER | DECEMBER 6, 2019 -
- LEARNING TOGETHER | NOVEMBER 28, 2019 -
HOW POLLUTING THE OCEAN IS MAKING CLIMATE CHANGE WORSE
Even though I studied Geography at A-Level and was going to study the subject at university, I didn’t have a clue that there was a link between ocean pollution...
- LEARNING TOGETHER | NOVEMBER 12, 2019 -
20 THINGS I'VE LEARNT BEFORE 2020
Since I'm only 21, this is the first time that I understand the significance of a brand new decade, and I'm finding myself being increasingly excited as 2020 approaches. It's a...
- LEARNING TOGETHER | OCTOBER 23, 2019 -
WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE
It's undeniable, we now live in a world where climate change is mentioned every day. We can't escape it, both audibly and physically, but it's become apparent to me...
LEARNING TOGETHER | OCTOBER 9, 2019 -
FROM DDE TO A*A*A* -
MY ADVICE TO A-LEVEL STUDENTS
Studying for your A-Levels can be a tough and relentless time, with high levels of overwhelming stress being a key characteristic of the two-year qualification. My A-Level...
- LEARNING TOGETHER | OCTOBER 8, 2019 -
HOW PLASTIC FABRICS ARE DAMAGING US & THE ENVIRONMENT
There seems to be a trend recently where clothing companies are making clothes out of recycled plastic bottles, which can be forgiven to be seen as an...