London, May 4, 2023 /Lifestyle/ — The coronation will not be complete without Meghan and Harry. The couple has faced racism and discrimination since they first began dating, and their decision to step back from royal duties was in part due to the stress of dealing with these issues. It is important to remember that Meghan is a biracial woman, and her experiences with racism are real and valid. The royal family should do more to address the issue of racism within its ranks, and to support Meghan and Harry as they continue to work for change. Here are some specific ways that the royal family can correct racism: Continue reading
The suspense is over! In the BIGGEST news in beauty, Maya Jama is today named as the NEW GLOBAL BRAND AMBASSADOR for Rimmel London. The truly iconic partnership sees Maya taking on the hugely coveted role as the face of Rimmel across the world. The alliance will continue to propel the entrepreneur, TV and radio broadcaster on her way to stardom and cement Rimmel as the ultimate go-to brand for bold style setters. Continue reading
I sat down to watch the first episode of this year’s Love Island with my daughter as I was told that there was a deaf contestant appearing on the show. I don’t usually watch Love Island, but as a deaf person I was intrigued to find out more about how this contestant, Tasha Ghouri, would handle being the only deaf person on the show.
Jim Irsay, owner & CEO of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, is bringing items from The Jim Irsay Collection – his renowned assemblage of historic and iconic artifacts from rock music, American history and pop culture – to his hometown of Chicago on Tuesday, August 2, showcasing his passion for curating culturally-significant artifacts to share with the world. Continue reading