In this week’s episode, Lady Phyll discusses the importance of inclusive education 💫 BY ELEANOR NOYCE, IMAGES COURTESY OF PHYLL OPOKU-GYIMAH Exciting news, DIVAs! Co-Founder of UK Black Pride and Executive Director of Kaleidoscope Trust Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, also known as DIVA fave Lady Phyll, has collaborated with LGBTQI charity Just Like Us on an exciting [….]
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UK Black Pride’s epic 2021 event is broadcasting live this weekend BY DIVA STAFF, IMAGE VIA UK BLACK PRIDE We’re incredibly excited about UK Black Pride’s 2021 event, Love and Rage, taking place this weekend. Tune into the live online broadcast to catch amazing performances from some of the best artists around, including headliner Afroswing [….]
The award-winning activist speaks exclusively to DIVA INTERVIEW BY ROXY BOURDILLON, IMAGE BY KATE HOLDERNESS Our extra special May issue has not one, but four fabulous cover stars. Among them is extraordinary activist, co-founder and executive director of UK Black Pride and executive director of Kaleidoscope Trust, Phyll Opoku-Gyimah. Lady Phyll on… The lesbians of [….]
Featuring Sandi Toksvig, Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, Liz Carr and Bethany Black BY DIVA STAFF, COVER IMAGE BY KATE HOLDERNESS Out just in time for Lesbian Visibility Week, this extra special edition of DIVA boasts not one, not two, but four iconic cover stars, lovingly illustrated by Kate Holderness. Feast your eyes on broadcasting legend Sandi Toksvig, [….]
What is Kaleidoscope Trust and what do they do? Executive Director Phyll Opoku-Gyimah gives us a peek behind the scenes BY PHYLL OPOKU-GYIMAH As the Executive Director of Kaleidoscope Trust I have had the pleasure of meeting the most amazing human rights defenders who risk their lives and work tiredly to fight for their rights [….]
Don’t miss our special February issue, guest edited by the incredible Phyll Opoku-Gyimah BY PHYLL OPOKU-GYIMAH “Four hundred years as an endangered species has taught most of us that if we intend to live, we had better become fast learners.” – Audre Lorde One of the truths of this moment, if not its most profound [….]