Find out more about our wonderful team of contributors...

Tilly Mint is a curly haired health-enthusiast and artist based in London. She is a full-time vegan and has spent her professional life gaining invaluable expertise from holistic practicers and herbalists.The rest of her time is spent doodling, filming, training, meditating, practicing yoga and self-educating. Have a look at her beautiful artwork here.

Tilly Mint is a curly haired health-enthusiast and artist based in London. She is a full-time vegan and has spent her professional life gaining invaluable expertise from holistic practicers and herbalists.The rest of her time is spent doodling, filming, training, meditating, practicing yoga and self-educating. Have a look at her beautiful artwork here.

Aïcha Daffé is the founder of Sunu Kër and an artist and DJ based in Nottingham, UK and Dakar, Senegal. Her main interests lie within the area of cultural identity, the positive representation of under-represented people and the benefits of ditching the chemicals and embracing natural beauty. Find out more about her story founding Sunu Kër here.

Aïcha Daffé is the founder of Sunu Kër and an artist and DJ based in Nottingham, UK and Dakar, Senegal. Her main interests lie within the area of cultural identity, the positive representation of under-represented people and the benefits of ditching the chemicals and embracing natural beauty. Find out more about her story founding Sunu Kër here.

Jendayi Eshe is an African-Caribbean Politics and Sociology grad based in Nottingham. Using everything she has learned and experienced to understand her people living in the diaspora and back home. Interested in Black identity in the UK, the politics of Black hair, empowering women of colour and the progression of our people worldwide.

Jendayi Eshe is an African-Caribbean Politics and Sociology grad based in Nottingham. Using everything she has learned and experienced to understand her people living in the diaspora and back home. Interested in Black identity in the UK, the politics of Black hair, empowering women of colour and the progression of our people worldwide.

Antonia Ramsey is a London born, Guernsey based artist who always has her kindle close by. Working as a community artist she has seen how art can be used as a catalyst for social change, particularly in health settings. She is interested in how food and other communal activities can help bring healthy and positive change to individuals and communities.

Antonia Ramsey is a London born, Guernsey based artist who always has her kindle close by. Working as a community artist she has seen how art can be used as a catalyst for social change, particularly in health settings. She is interested in how food and other communal activities can help bring healthy and positive change to individuals and communities.