Latest Publications 

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This issue focused on creating a space that highlighted the intersection of disabilities and lesbianism. 

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'A Forced Limitation of Being'

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Poet

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'A Segment of my Being'

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Latest Speaking Engagements 

UWE Bristol  -   On Black Queer Neurodivergent Joy

 

Dr. Martens  -   LGBTQ+ and Intersectional Journeys

Moonlight Experiences - On Queer Black History

House of Pride - Queer Lives and Community

Oxford Brookes University - Black Culture and its

effect on LGBTQ+ History

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Archives

 

Co-editor

Co-Editor Decolonising the Arts Curriculum: Perspectives on Higher Education. Read more here

Publications 

‘A sense of belonging’ – LGBTQ Zine – University of Arts London

‘The nod is not just enough anymore’ - Decolonizing the Curriculum Zine 

University of Arts London

 

‘Being Bi-cultural in Holland’ – Winner Essay Contest ‘This is me’

 

Speaking Engagement 

Host, Inside the Industry – Black History Month Series,

UAL

 

Host, Too Gay for God – LGBTQ History Month Series, UAL

Panelist, Oxford Brookes University -  Growing up BAME/POC

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