Mojatu Community Media provides media platforms to empower BME communities to tell their stories to a wider audience.
Our media work engages communities at the grassroots, providing digital storytelling training to give people the skills and confidence they need to tell their own stories.
We are experts on engaging community members, particularly on issues that affect them – including FGM, mental health and knife crime.
Mojatu Magazine is an online and printed publication that gives a voice to BME people by providing a platform for stories about African and Caribbean communities.
The magazine also seeks to increase media engagement among BME groups and provide inspiration by sharing positive stories, as well as creating opportunities to earn money.
We use the platform to empower women and girls and raise awareness about issues like FGM, as part of our campaign work to end the practice in a generation.
Mojatu Radio has been broadcasting since 2013 and is the first radio station in Nottingham aimed at informing, educating and entertaining African communities.
Like all of Mojatu’s media platforms, our radio station aims to empower black and minority groups by sharing their stories – to encourage a sense of belonging and create change on issues that affect them.
We also provide training to BME people so they have the tools to amplify their voices and tell their own stories.
Our coverage focuses on the lives of new groups in Nottingham, like refugees and migrants, as well as seeking to raise the aspirations of our target communities with positive stories of success and achievements.