Welcome to The RealTalk Blog

We aim to use this blog to highlight, discuss and dig into key topics and themes affecting young people today. This is a blog written by young people, for young people.

We want RealTalk to be a platform for young authors looking for an outlet to write and post content. At RealTalk we believe that some things aren’t better left unspoken, and together, we can Make Tomorrow Better.

So, what makes us different?

Relatability
Our posts are written to be reflective of real situations. Being students, graduates and young people, we know first hand of the troubles presented in our generation: be it university, early careers, social pressures or mental battles. Our posts will be tailored to you.

Casual and engaging
As much as we want our posts to be real and hard hitting, we don’t want to bore you with big words and essay writing techniques. Posts will be as casual as possible.

lnclusivity
We welcome young writers from all walks of life. If you have something to say, we want to hear it and we want it to be shared – be it a one off blog piece or a series of posts. Feel free to contact us, anonymous uploads welcome!


Any and all comments, views and opinions are welcome and valued. Feel free to drop us a line via the contact us page.

With that being said, we want this site to motivate and inspire!

#DareToBeDifferent #MakeTomorrowBetter



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Keeping the Legacy Alive: The Forgotten Black Soldiers of WWII

The month of November is unique in Britain because amongst the flood of Christmas advertising that seems to commence earlier each year, we also tend to see many people wearing a poppy. The poppy has been used as a symbol of remembrance for military personnel since 1921, originally inspired by the world-renowned war poem “In … Continue reading Keeping the Legacy Alive: The Forgotten Black Soldiers of WWII

The Cycle of Youth Violence

Greater London’s hidden epidemic. London is a mind-numbing oddity. It desperately wants you to believe that it is a utopia of human civilization, a prime example of capitalism’s potential. Instead, it constantly buckles under its own mirage, struggling to mediate between the lustrous shine of new developments and the old world of its post-war heritage. No … Continue reading The Cycle of Youth Violence

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