New journalism school in London sets out to improve diversity

Founder of Cocoa Girl magazine says children will also be taught creative writing, music and illustration

The founder of the first major Black children’s magazine in the UK is to open a journalism school to combat representation problems in the creative industries.

Serlina Boyd, who founded Cocoa Girl magazine with her daughter Faith, then aged six, during lockdown in 2020, will open the Cocoa School of Journalism and Creative Arts on Monday.

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