Tonight, I told the truth – well, part of the truth – about Santa to Arthur, my 5-year-old son. “Santa will come regardless of you being a good boy or not”, I told him while he was in the shower, feeling sad following my rant about his last mischief. He had done some things that […]

This article was written for Damsel Magazine and appeared in print in 2017. 1989 was a crucial year for the history of feminism, especially Black feminism. 1989 marked not only the birth of the author of this piece but also the understanding and naming of a socio-political phenomenon called Intersectionality. This simple but complex term […]

PRESS RELEASE For immediate release For further details please contact: Christelle Collet: / +33 6 48 01 59 41 (FRANCE) Eleanor Shember: / +44 7779 278 028 (UK) New book: The gift of how not to be a charity dickhead this Christmas.   Uncovering the uncomfortable truths behind charity chasers, disguised recycling and theatrical […]

I am pleased to announce my first exhibition, entitled ‘Victory’! 20TH JUNE – 4TH JULY 2021 on Kunsmatrix. This online exhibition will tell and celebrate the stories of resilience of 13 women worldwide, woven and painted. Pieces will vary from wearable art (shawls, scarves and babywraps) to wall art. This project emerged following the public […]

Spoken word poetry delivered at the Black Lives Matter Perth rally 2016. This piece talks about white privilege and antiblackness. I can’t move on. I’ve been placed on a path full of obstacles just because I am black; While yours has been straight and clear from as long as I can keep track. I cannot […]