Never Be Just A Fly On The WALL: The story of No Fly on the WALL

Award winning filmmaker and No Fly on the WALL team member Troy James Aidoo has whipped us up a wonderful short film to mark our second birthday. Our founder, Siana Bangura, tells you our story from inception to the present day. Two years of flyness so far, and many more to come. Don’t forget to … More Never Be Just A Fly On The WALL: The story of No Fly on the WALL

An Interview with Sara Myers on International Women’s Day

    How would you describe your identity? How has your understanding of your identity affected and/ or influenced your work? I would describe myself as a African Woman, I am race first, although I get the concept of race has been scientifically deconstructed, found to be fraudulent and a way to promote racial hierarchy. … More An Interview with Sara Myers on International Women’s Day

“We Need To Talk About Our Elders”: On Abuse In Black Communities

TW: detailed descriptions of childhood abuse (physical, sexual, emotional), death, self-injury, silencing, ageism, domestic violence, trauma. In our latest post, an anonymous writer opens the door for much needed conversation about the domestic violence and sexual abuse that happens in some African and Caribbean communities. It is a taboo topic – difficult, uncomfortable, and toxic … More “We Need To Talk About Our Elders”: On Abuse In Black Communities

Register for our first ‘Fly Girlz Brunch’ of 2015 NOW!

    Join us for our first Fly Girlz Brunch of the year! We will be discussing black women, women of colour, and the vote. Why should we vote in the General Election on Thursday May 7th? Who has our backs? Which parties, if any, have our interests at heart? Sign up now for FREE … More Register for our first ‘Fly Girlz Brunch’ of 2015 NOW!