Welcome to my sliver of space on the internet. I’m Reni Eddo-Lodge, a London based, award winning freelance journalist and black feminist. My writing can be found at The New York Times, The Voice, The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Independent, Stylist MagazineInside Housing, The Pool, Dazed and Confused Magazine, and the New Humanist. I write reported features and comment pieces.

I’m currently working on my first book. Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race will be published by Bloomsbury Books in 2017.

I’m on twitter and tumblr too: @renireni

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  1. Marian says:

    Hi Reni,

    I just wanted to commend you on your recent piece ‘Beauty doesn’t just come in shade pale’ in the Stylist Magazine. I too find it startling how Afro-Carribean, Latina and Asian women have to turn to high-end (expensive) brands just to buy basics. I also feel that the exclusion of darker skin tones from brands should not be a common occurrence in 2015!

    I also love Malorie Blackmans Naughts and Crosses. I remember reading it in college.



  2. David Dean says:

    Hi Reni,

    Just a very short note to say how refreshing it is to hear your views on redefining equality in the workplace. Your video from the Guardian “Why women should stop striving for equality” is absolutely spot on and a much needed voice to the polemic and adversarial nature of gender politics.

    Thank you



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