Black History Month and the celebration of Black achievement should not and will not end at the close of the month.
Founding Director of 1-54 Contemporary African Art FairView Post
Interview: Diana Evans on Ordinary PeopleView Post
KOL Social & BFI Event: UK Premiere of Marcus Garvey DocumentaryView Post
Yoga’s Twisted HistoryView Post
Marcia Degia discusses in Volume 10: Create, the long history of black oppression, including the demeaning of blackface and even impersonating ourselves for white entertainment.
Togo: Voodoo And Vibes In West AfricaView Post
Review: Donnelly’s RestaurantView Post
Volume 9: Privilege, Marcia Degia examines inequality in all its forms, as well as the extent to which white privilege runs deep.
Volume 8: Freedom aims to acknowledge powerful people using their voice and platforms to instigate change, as well as reclaiming one’s own freedom.
Volume 7: Access, Marcia Degia, covers the world’s recognition of people of colour the right way and the mainstream media’s attempts to promote diversity.
Volume 6: Community emphasises just how imperative unity is and how Black and ethnic minorities were disproportionately affected during COVD-19 pandemic.
Artist Banksy Depicts U.S. Flag On Fire In Floyd TributeView Post
Lockdown Recommended ReadsView Post
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