Lifeline: Covid 19 Malcolm X Food Hub in Bristol set to become a permanent fixture

Covid 19 has certainly unearthed some of the worst discrepancies in our society and implored us all to get up and assist those in need where we can.  The homeless were suddenly housed albeit temporarily, the hungry need to be fed, How many of us in 2020 Britain were aware that children and adults were […]

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Covid 19: Two BME men from completely different worlds struck down and lived to tell the tale

Whilst we were waiting for Covid 19 to arrive from the East and whilst the powers that be were saying the old were particularly vulnerable and young people had no need to worry,  we had no real comprehension of exactly what it would mean for our society. China was on lockdown and  we all watched […]

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Covid 19 and BAME – All must be acknowledged for their great contributions

By Joy Sigaud   COVID 19 – The British Black have a long charted history of contributing to major milestones in British society and must be acknowledged for their roles. Over 3.25million cases of Covid 19 worldwide. We have all seen the figures for Europe it’s always in the news but Africa, continent of a […]

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Diabetes Tips & Lifestyle Choices – Reduce The Risk

Diabetes disproportionately affects  the Afro-Caribbean and African community in the UK.  Award winning Michael  Williams is an highly motivational Healthy Lifestyle Coach with a passion for helping people to  make healthy lifestyle choices. With 18 years of working as a fitness professional, and a background in Nutrition and Psychology, he approaches health in a holistic […]

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