if you enjoyed the film and would like to delve more into the narrative of young black asian and minority ethnic (BAME) voices, I hope you find the following links guiding and insightful. There is a lot of brilliant work being done in BAME communities, especially within the arts, and they deserve as much attention as picasso, russell brand and the daily mail.
* malanghi movement * - ameera, of the film, is a poet, photographer and artist who is carving her place with a delicate balance between softness and sharp critiques. a truly talented girl through and through, her poetry performances often command the attention of the room and standing ovations. if there is one thing you click on this page, let it be this.
skin deep mag - founded by BAME women while in oxford university, it provide a zone to communicate frustrations on race and culture. deep, thoughtful essays and arts
gal-dem mag - a politically charged web platform that explores topical issues from a BAME perspective
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enny oh! - raw and honest ramblings of a creative genius, enny, the one i have to thank for getting me to take art seriously. flawless styling, imagery and unconventionality.
not so pop kulture - urban-afrocentric fashion, arts & lifestyle
ronan mckenszie - photography
louis vi - rapper and producer