"Africans and persons of African descent must assume the primary responsibility and leadership in historical research....if we are to continue to leave practically all important historical research and writing concerning the black race to the white man, then we must be prepared to accept, uncomplainingly, the white man's point of view." - 
- Dr Chancellor Williams

Djeneba Bagayoko

Djeneba Bagayoko is an Italian-born Malian and Pan-Africanist with the vision of uniting all Africans and people of African descent throughout the world. She has put her services to the use of many organisations such as the “Council for the Malian Youth in Italy”, “Black and Ethnic Minority Association” and “African Development Forum”.She started her own blog end 2015 to share her experience and visions for African unity with the hope to connect with people of African descent, give voice to the voiceless and show others that we're not alone in the struggle for African liberation. She is also active on the following platforms:

Facebook: MansaMusoDjeneba

Twitter: @JenJay1404

Instagram: instagram.com/mansamusodjeneba

Blog: farafinna.wordpress.com

Kene'h Oweh

Kene'h Oweh is a Nigerian student, born in England. As well as being an aspiring pharmacist, she hopes to make a positive impact on the lives of marginalised groups, particularly for the many intersections of the black race. As a result, Kene'h founded the 'Our Black Chronicles' blog, where just like black lives, black voices matter.

Kene'h has a direct and informative writing style focused on expressing the views of societies marginalised voices. Kene'h is active on the following platforms:

Twitter: @kgenevieve98 / @ourblackchronicles 

Website: www.ourblackchronicles.wordpress.com

WhatsApp Image 2017-05-09 at 22.58.06.jpeg

Dr Victoria Uwannah

Dr Victoria Uwannah is a Chartered Counselling Psychogist, working primarily in the NHS, as well as in her private practice. She is passionate about raising awareness of mental health issues and reducing the stigma associated with talking therapies.

She has a podcast, 'Dirty Laundry' where she has topical conversations with a psychological twist. She also has a keen interest in taking Psychology to the masses, rather than waiting for them to walk through the front door. This involves being available for the Black community at large - often through engaging with faith groups and charitable organisations.

You can keep up to date with Dr Vicki Uwannah on the following platforms:

Twitter: @DrUwannah

Website: http://www.libertytherapies.com/


Ogechi Anokwuru  (left)

MSc student in Public Health, Biomedical Science Graduate.A future world changer, bringing awareness to the masses through history and science.

Loves learning from others to benefit the progression of our people.

Eunice Marfo (right)

Conscious and Educated Black Woman and English Literature Graduate.An advocate of seeking, learning and teaching the truth because mind set is everything.

Loves to provide insight on black experiences through history, sociology, psychology and the media.Together they are the Melanated Scholars!

Blog - https://melanatedscholars.com/