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wanlilmoon:

cecileemeke:

Eating healthy, Stigmas w/ Mental Health, Capitalism, Lack of POC Characters in Childrens Books & More (See full conversation in HERE, part of the Strolling Series by Cecile Emeke)

<3 this woman is an angel

cartophilist:

cecileemeke:

Eating healthy, Stigmas w/ Mental Health, Capitalism, Lack of POC Characters in Childrens Books & More (See full conversation in HERE, part of the Strolling Series by Cecile Emeke)

This is all very important.

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cartophilist:

cecileemeke:

Eating healthy, Stigmas w/ Mental Health, Capitalism, Lack of POC Characters in Childrens Books & More (See full conversation in HERE, part of the Strolling Series by Cecile Emeke)

This is all very important.

pineapplexpresso:

cecileemeke:

Eating healthy, Stigmas w/ Mental Health, Capitalism, Lack of POC Characters in Childrens Books & More (See full conversation in HERE, part of the Strolling Series by Cecile Emeke)

EVERYTHING I BEEN SAYING

"Healthy eating has definitely become a privilege to those who, one can afford to buy that food and number two, people who have the ability to research and look into all these things. I think it’s done on purpose. It’s made hard to educate yourself on being healthy in order to keep the gaps in society the way they are. It’s like they don’t want people to be healthy and be happy. Maybe they look at it from the point of view that it would be harder to control healthy, happy people; they’d question things more. If people were more educated, people would be questioning everything in this country."

- Simone Bowman, On Healthy Eating (Strolling Series by Cecile Emeke - Full discourse here)

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"There is a fear that if they acknowledge other peoples mental health issues that they will have to examine their own life & accept that there might be some issues there"

- Simone - Strolling (Full discourse here)

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"Anything that oppresses or persecutes people on a daily basis [racism, sexism, capitalism etc] affects mental health."

- Simone Bowman (Strolling Series - Full discourse here)

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catalyst184:

cecileemeke:

Eating healthy, Stigmas w/ Mental Health, Capitalism, Lack of POC Characters in Childrens Books & More (See full conversation in HERE, part of the Strolling Series by Cecile Emeke)

This!!!

cecileemeke:

I’m excited to announce the first confirmed screening of Ackee & Saltfish in London, on Saturday September 20th, 1PM @ Rio Cinema in Dalston.

On Saturday September 20th at 1PM free, Rio Cinema Dalston will be screening the following short films:

'Ackee & Saltfish' directed by Cecile Emeke Starring Vanessa Babirye & Michelle Tiwo -

Synopsis: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3796020/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

Trailer: http://trailer.ackeeandsaltfish.co.uk/

Website: http://ackeeandsaltfish.co.uk/



'Kebab' directed by Abrazame Popoöla starring Jamael Westman

Synopsis: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3788210/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/alteredconceptions/kebabtrailer

FREE drinks will be provided before the screening and the films will be followed by a Q&A with cast & crew. Tell a friend to tell a friend!

» Please confirm your attendance on Eventbrite « If we don’t know how many beautiful people are coming, then how do we know how many dranks will be needed for optimum afternoon tun up?

See you there!

THIS is happening this Saturday (20th September) @ the Dalston Rio Cinema. If you’ve got you’re tickets, yay! Can’t wait to share with you and meet you all. If you don’t have a ticket yet, we just released 50 more so quickly get them on eventbrite here!

Can’t wait to see you all!

cecileemeke:

Ackee & Saltfish: “I want solange to adopt me”

(By Cecile Emeke. Watch Full Trailer HERE)