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Black and proud for a reason, not just for a season: These are the people putting black voices at the forefront all year round

Black and proud for a reason, not just for a season: These are the people putting black voices at the forefront all year round

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Alas, another Black History Month has come to an end! October promises 31 days of recognition for Britain’s Black communities and their contributions and every year it increasingly feels like a cheap consolation for the fact that those very communities, the issues facing them as well as their triumphs, are largely ignored the rest of the time.   That’s why it’s important to promote black voices in the media and give airtime to black faces. The people working hard to ensure our stories are on the agenda and important dialogues around race in this country are being had throughout the year deserve recognition beyond the month of October, as do the aspects of our communities that we hold dearest. Here is a list of some exciting black journalists and creatives who have made bi
TIME’s Person of the Year: ‘the Silence Breakers’

TIME’s Person of the Year: ‘the Silence Breakers’

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The winner of the magazine's 91st Person of the Year award was announced on Wednesday morning. 'The Silence Breakers' are the voices that have spoken out against sexual harassment and contributed to the launch and success of the #MeToo movement. TIME Editor Edward Felsenthal spoke of 'the Silence Breakers' creating 'the fastest moving social change in decades'. He said, 'It began by individual acts of courage by hundreds of women, and some men too.' The magazines cover image features Ashley Judd, one of the first to publicly shame Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein and Taylor Swift, who sued former-DJ David Mueller for grabbing her bottom. Judd and Swift are photographed alongside Isabel Pascual, a strawberry picker from Mexico, Adama Iwu - an American lobbyist, and Susan Fo

LAUNCH OF VEX MAGAZINE

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Expression and communication. This is what the world needs. From war-torn Syria to the lively streets of Central London, the world is in a sensitive state and is in need of guidance. Expression is at the heart of what VEX is. We discuss and comment on the issues which define society, at the end of what is set to be the most unpredictable year of the 21st century. From the rise of right-wing populism to the lack of affordable housing – young Londoners need a voice which articulates their frustrations. In a country progressively becoming more unequal, with the lack of graduate opportunities and the costs of living consistently rising, we’re here to provide you with critical coverage of what matters. We have £50 overseas getaways, insights from music industry leaders, the affects of media con

SAVAGE: Issue One

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Four girls. Lots of talent and anger that got together to create an entertainment magazine to throw all other entertainment magazines out of the way. There are amazing articles by our entertainment staff, from an interview with a London K-Pop dance company to music and mental health, and everything in between. Here, everyone can find something to fall in love with. Hopefully you will love this magazine as much as we loved making it, and remember to show the middle finger to everyone who treats you like trash, because no one can stop you from achieving what you want. Stay Savage Martina Di Gregorio, Chelsea Jobe, Raynor Fry, Cecilia Peruzzi https://issuu.com/savge/docs/savage_5995715eef1612      
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