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Pop Culture Journalism - It’s Quite Boring Really

“Taylor Swift has just made another whole album about being the victim, how can we our children looking up to people like that” . — Stephanie Soteriou…

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What Can We Do To Tackle Sexual Harassment in the Media?

On the eve of this year’s International Women’s Day, Wednesday 7th March, a very timely discussion took place on how best to root out sexual harassment in the media. 91 more words


#31DaysofWomeninMedia - Day 31

Kyoko Mogami (Skip Beat!)

This is the last woman in our 31-day challenge we decided on Kyoko Mogami from Skip Beat! and we’ll each write what we love about her. 306 more words

Soulcial Dreamers

#31DaysofWomeninMedia - Day 20


Continuing the Black Panther trend with Nakia played by Lupita N’yongo. Nakia in the Black Panther movie is the love interest of T’Challa/Black Panther/King of Wakanda, I was extremely excited to see that Nakia was cast as a Dark Skin Black women (you know how Hollywood works) and it felt so good to finally see a positive image of dark skin Black Women for a change that I still can’t contain my joy. 291 more words


The Inspiring "Women in Media" | Kizzy Bray

The annual Women in Media Conference (WIM) graced the People’s History Museum this month in aims to inspire and inform its audience of (mainly) women. With big industry names on the bill, such as Alex Crawford and Cat Lewis, the weekend went with a bang. 900 more words


Female Journalists Speak: How to Make It as a Woman in the Media Business

In recent months, females have proliferated the news.

From national marches advocating for human rights to the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, women are making their voices heard. 775 more words

Journalists And Journalism

#LMR2 Premiere Party

Tomorrow night, March 3rd is the #LMR2 (#LoveMyRoomie season 2) webseries premiere party in Brooklyn. It’s been such a long journey with many ups and downs, but I’m so proud to celebrate our accomplishments with the cast and crew, especially with the creator and my friend Yha Mourhia Wright. 291 more words