Eman Mohammed fought misogyny to become Gaza’s first female photojournalist. Now a US resident, she’s worried Trump’s language is destroying what makes America great: its diversity, equality and unity.
Political blackness, the idea that anyone non-white can unite under the term black, has a long and proud history. But in 2016, it might well be time to update the language used to fight racism and oppression.
When Eno Mfon arrived at Bristol University, the prospect of immersing herself in the rich cultural history of black performance and literature excited her. In reality there was little space made for her.