Funmi Lijadu

Funmi Lijadu
Edinburgh University


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‘White people need to engage, or we will never learn’: Conversations with White Edi students about race

This conversation was q-White strange

Ranking the most listened to songs of the past decade by how bad they actually are

Gotye really is somebody that I used to know now x

Who is this ‘Via Getty’ person at the Capitol riots and why should you care?

These are sad, sad times

How the Slumflower exposes the limits of superficial identity politics

The drama has cost Chidera her management contract while Florence retains her book deal

Here’s the latest on The Slumflower vs Florence Given drama

Chidera has posted screenshots of a conversation between her and Florence

A new coronavirus outbreak has been linked to Edinburgh Napier accommodation

11 students tested positive

Rita Ora isn’t black, she’s a blackfish and here are the receipts

She said people thinking she’s black ‘gets her places’

If you’re a white middle class student, please stop talking like a roadman

It’s just embarrassing now

‘It’s like an invisible war’: Black students on life at a majority-white uni

Black students face a hostile environment that hides in plain sight

Don’t let videos of US police brutality fool you, the UK is just as racist

People defend free speech to say the n-word but frame anti-racist protests as aggressive

The reaction to Priscilla’s wig shows the UK is still clueless about black culture

The Kardashians wear wigs with crazy colours and no one bats an eye

Netflix’s Holiday in The Wild proves we need more stories of Africa told by actual Africans

Once again Africa is used as a tool for the self-discovery of white characters while the African characters take the backseat