Return to your roots
black England, black UK


This is a two day cultural festival for those loving all things natural. A weekend of celebration, embracing Natural Hair, Beauty, Health & Wellness. Day 1 – Saturday 5th – Natural Hair and Beauty Day 2 – Sunday 6th – Health and Wellness A family occasion full of positive vibes and high energy. If you missed …

African Diaspora, afro europeans

It is shocking to see that so little has been done to tackle persistent and widespread racial discrimination in employment across Europe.

No progress in curbing racial discrimination in the European labour market – in particular for women of colour Brussels, 21 March 2018 – Despite anti-discrimination laws, ethnic and religious minorities and migrants continue to face racial discrimination when looking for a job and in the workplace, according to a new report by the European Network …

Black Women in Europe

EU countries, Norway and Switzerland received nearly 1 million first-time asylum applications from sub-Saharan Africans between 2010 and 2011

Source: Pew Research Center At Least a Million Sub-Saharan Africans Moved to Europe Since 2010 Sub-Saharan migration to the United States also growing BY PHILLIP CONNOR Migrants rescued off the coast of Libya wait to disembark from the supply vessel OOC Panther in the Sicilian port of Messina, Italy, in April 2017. (Sipa via AP) International …

black Italy

Kwanza Musi dos Santos explores race and citizenship in Italy

Kwanza Musi dos Santos of @TerminiTv in #Italy is one of five winners of the @MediaAgainstHate video contest. @bwie — Alison McKenzie (@bethelmckenzie) March 5, 2018 Watch another of her videos here or on the image above. “Thank you, jus sanguinis! Michael Rossi, ‘Italian.’ Born in Harlem to an American family, acquired his citizenship …

Jaqueline Woodson
African Diaspora, black Sweden

Jacqueline Woodson wins the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award

Note: While this post is not about a black woman living or working in Europe, Jaqueline Woodson won a prize named for Sweden’s most beloved children’s author. To me that is noteworthy. Jacqueline Woodson wins the world’s largest prize for children’s literature, the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award This is awesome! This is HUGE! I’m awake …

unusual travel
Black Women in Europe

Unexpected countries every black woman should visit

Somewhat off the beaten path Despite technology improving and standards of living increasing over the years, certain socio-political divides have worsened with various tensions between ethnic backgrounds getting worse, particularly in America. Moving away from all that, however it can be good to focus on the positive, with Europe across the board being a much …