Nana Baah

resistance

Here's What Your First Protest Is Going to Look Like

We asked some VICE staff members, who've been on a few marches and protests, for a few tips.
Nana Baah
3 days ago
Internet

The Internet Diary of an 18-Year-Old

British teenagers are some of "the most extreme" internet users in the world. But what are they doing online?
Nana Baah
10.24.18
Fashion

Does Dressing Like an Idiot At Fashion Week Even Turn Heads Anymore?

No one can dress in 2018 – I went to LFW to see if one more fashion disaster would make a difference.
Nana Baah
9.21.18
Internet

The Internet Diary of a 19-Year-Old

British teenagers are some of "the most extreme" internet users in the world. But what are they doing online?
Nana Baah
8.22.18
Unfollow Me

After My Ex Stalked Me Online, I Saw the Dark Side of Romantic Obsession

Thanks to a childhood spent watching romantic comedies with forceful male leads, I thought love was persistent and never gave up – until my ex stalked me after our breakup
Nana Baah
7.24.18
star signs

The Astrologers Who Try to Solve Murders Using Birth Charts

Or, what happens when you interest in astrology links up with your true crime obsession.
Nana Baah
7.18.18
Books

The Slumflower: 'We Make Heroes Out Of Human Beings'

Blogger Chidera Eggerue walks VICE around Peckham to talk about her new book, 'What a Time to Be Alone'.
Nana Baah
7.11.18
Books

The New Handbook for Black British Women

We spoke to the two friends who wrote, 'Slay In Your Lane', the book they wish they'd had growing up.
Nana Baah
6.26.18
Work

Is Your Job Actually Bullshit?

A chat with David Graeber, author of the new book about bullshit jobs, 'Bullshit Jobs: A Theory'.
Nana Baah
5.18.18
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Come On, Those Two Crazy Tinder Horror Stories Cannot Be True

You know, the new one about the shit.
Nana Baah
5.1.18
Documentary

How the New Stephen Lawrence Documentary Was Made

A chat with the producer of the BBC's 'Stephen: The Murder That Changed a Nation'.
Nana Baah
4.20.18
Life

We Asked Beautiful People If Life Is Really Better for Them

A recent study found that conventionally attractive people are more likely to believe the world is fair.
Nana Baah
4.17.18
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