Chardine Taylor-Stone is a writer, cultural producer and feminist activist. Her work is inspired by her experiences as a Black British working class woman having found her voice through alternative youth subcultures like punk and rockabilly. As a writer and educator, Chardine uses music, art and fashion history to instigate socio-political analysis. She is the founder of Black Girls Picnic a global movement in collective self-care for Black women and girls as well as banging the drums in Black feminist punk band Big Joanie. She writes, lectures and facilitates workshops on topics such as Black / Working Class feminism, Black Queer identities, Afrofuturism and sub-cultural identity and histories. She is currently the Project Coordinator for Punk London, a celebration of 40 years of subversive culture across the city.