ISSUE No. 3
ISSUE No. 2
What I'm Saying is...
Sometimes pictures say it better, well you know what we mean.
Pull Your Pants Up
Let The Tempest Blow
JS acknowledges the multi-award winner a who is championing the cause for change.
Dip And Whine
Zara McFarlane is at the heart of a British jazz renaissance.
On A New Road
The Katanas are two of the most creative spirits you are likely to come across in music today and remain grounded to reality. JS talks candidly to the twins about their self-determination.
My Mother Tongue
The first ever gathering of Manchester’s female writers courtesy of CommonWord.
Motherhood & Sisterhood
JS meets three generations of women talking about values and mother daughter relationships.
Flown from Berklee to play with Courtney Pine, Romarna Campbell is pulling more than her weight!
Made In Manchester
Mali Hayes is one of the hardest working artists in the city and it’s beginning to pay dividends.
Celebrating An Icon
Photographer and music enthusiast Gladstone Minzie recalls seeing the global icon Sade at Fagins nightclub in Manchester on 21.2.1984.
Oshun In Our Reign
Shen is joined by photographer and social activist Rebekah Williams to pay tribute as JS acknowledges International Women’s Day.
Why The Affirmation?
Valerie Campbell draws on a personal experience to conclude that now more than ever, the affirmation that 'Black Is Beautiful' needs to echo louder.
Still I Struggle
While most are gearing up to celebrate International Women's Day, Colette Williams questions our conscience.
Rebel In Music
JS spends time in the company of Manchester Rebel, Yvonne Ellis, winner of the Manchester Women Digital Archives Rebel Women In Music.
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