SHARING. DOCUMENTING. PROCESSING.
A heartfelt story of 2020 in the words of Abeba Ngwe.
Deep dive into French past as a colonial empire and how it shapes some of Alix's heritage.
In her letter, Roxane Angoua is speaking to her younger self to remind her that she/they survive.
British Journalist Isabel Appio shares her vision of 2020 in her raw and thought-provoking essay.
Discover the letter poem delicately crafted by Writer Wendie Zahibo.
Labels can stick to you like a second skin especially for Black Women explains Marieme Diallo.
Discover Edwige Bambi's very own love declaration to the children of tomorrow
Award-winning writer A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez's powerful loving words to her children.
French woman of dual heritage, Valerie Boursiquot is conveying what mixed heritage truly entails.
Strength, love and kindness coming from Benin in the letter of Blogger Astrid Djidjoho,
Imagine relocating from France to Germany for a fresh start in 2020?!
The non-desire of motherhood is a taboo topic in the Black community, let's change that!
Zoe Ahouangonou, our Founder's mother is writing this unique letter and we are here for it!
Motherhood Entrepreneur Sophie In is addressing her genuine love letter to her three children.
A gesture of unconditional love through this love letter written by Activist Chiguecky Ndengila.
In her letter, Danielle James is remind us that 'we got this'.
A heartfelt ode to a common heritage and what it means to be born Black in the UK.
Discover poem by Australian writer Uzoma, a true ode to resilience.
Fueled with some 2020 energy, Mariama Diaby is retracing the pivotal civil rights movement
In her letter, UK Blogger Gabriela is reinforcing a self-love message 'we are worthy of love.'
Today, we are proud to share with you a letter, which really is a poem by storyteller and Zambezian Artchivist Banji Chona
As we are entering the last week of 2020, discover our second letter from France... A review of the year and a message to 2021.
We are continuing our focus on France with this letter. A year which started for the first time with Black beauty pageants...
Read the introduction letter from our editor published 5 months ago...
5 months later and already November. 2 months left in 2020, where are we now?
Introducing DEAR NOAH's first ever love letter. we hope you will like it.