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  • You are God: Supernatural beings having a human experience

    Learning to integrate our ancestral, supernatural and spiritual lessons into living a fully impactful and love filled human experience. By Mariam Mouna “We are spiritual beings having a human experience” is a…

  • Healing Circle Launch: Using Rage for Constructive Healing as we sit and have tea with our unfelt low emotions

    We are souls having a human experience. It is time to manifest a laser focus on our collective healing from all the unfelt emotions that as blocked and create a disassociation with…

  • I Almost Let Him Run Off with All my Stuff

    By: Ada Kalu A Personal Account of a Woman Grown Weary of Explaining Patriarchy to Men I am using this week to lock off all talk of men, I am weary. In recent…

  • Full Moon Gemini 3/12

    By: Tiara Kelly A Manual on How to Move Through this Moon Phase and Mercury Retrograde December 2-22 **shadow phase until Jan 11** Gemini moon will have you wanting to be a…

  • Highlife Soldiers: A West African Visual Commentary

    By: Labet Highlife Soldiers enters another chapter in artist Labet’s journey and unfolds an exciting new body of work. Showcasing paintings colourfully inspired by the highlife music genre, this exhibition comes together as…

  • For Us By Us: Women of The Lens Film Festival

    By: Niki Igbaroola A Recap of the Inaugural Women of the Lens Film Digital Broadcast Festival Lately, conversation around film, cinema and the industry have been centered around men and their inability…

  • New Moon Scorpio

    Tiara Kelly outlines mantras, rituals, and tips for a transitional shift in the Universe. November 18: LONDON: 11:42am NEW YORK: 6:42am LOS ANGELES:  3:42am ***Venus in Scorpio until Dec 1 Mercury Sagittarius (Retrograde Dec…

  • High Notes

    By: Mica Hamilton Why do we blow birthday candles out once a year? Hoping for that one wish that would make our next chapter special. But why is it that we never…

  • Sorry, I’m Late

    By: Wami Aluko A visual satire story of a Lagosian woman’s lateness. Here you see a fly Lagosian woman. She is running late for an event. Maybe a happy hour, maybe a…

  • Roses for Grace Jones: In Celebration of a Cultural Icon

    By: Niki Igbaroola A Review of Sophie Fennes’ Documentary Bloodlight and Bami There is something in the way Fennes chose to shoot this documentary that melded perfectly, with Jones’ enigmatic nature. The…

  • Full Moon in Taurus Gifts and Presence

    by: Tiara Kelly An instructional guide on how to prepare for the full moon with grace and confidence Times November 3: LA – 10:22 pm Times November 3: NYC  – 1:22 am…

  • New Moon, who dis?

    By: Mariam Guessous We come into this world with a blueprint, a mission, a purpose. Our DNA holds inscriptions, roadmaps and ancestral wisdom. We were born this way, equipped with everything we…

  • Eid Al-Adha Part TWO

    By: Wonuola Lawal   Part TWO It’s been thirteen years since Grandfather passed. His death was sudden. One night he was standing in the kitchen holding a cup of tea and the next…

  • Eid Al-Adha Part ONE

    By: Wonuola Lawal It’s the first of September and once again we’re celebrating Eid Al-Adha. It is Islamic tradition to go to the Mosque in the morning before preparing for the feast…

  • Editor’s Note: Tradition Issue

    Dear Collective, We have returned to our office in the cloud, with a new Issue! This issue we will survey the complexities of tradition. The ways it can liberate and inspire us…

  • Colourful Convo: Amarachi Nwosu

        Powerhouse women are everywhere around us, on this issue we sat and discuss with one incredibly creative soul, Ms. Amarachi Nwosu. She is fire brand in the art world. A woman…

  • A Love Letter to my Sistas

    By: Cortnie Vee My dearest Sista, Thank you for showing me the purest meaning of unconditional love. Thank you for your constant encouragement and care. Thank you for helping me to understand…

  • Healing in time of chaos

    By: Adeola Naomi Cry if you have to, Pray if you have to, The tears flooding your face aren’t a sign of weakness, You are tired, angry, frustrated, alone, drained, You do…

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