Volume 7: Access Issue
Highlights – Outspoken activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu shares her insights on the fight against white supremacy, while artist Emeka Ogboh leads a repatriation campaign. Director Desmond Ovbiagele shares the harrowing story of how the production crew of his Oscar-nominated film almost got executed. Plus, we’re calling out social media influencers for exploiting local communities. Meet Musa Motha, a talented young amputee dancer, on our front cover. Award-winning photographer James Fisher offers stunning photographs and insights into the Maasai tribe. And make sure to take advantage of our feature on the legacy of cornrow hair, plus plenty of art, book, film, podcast, and product recommendations. Enjoy a FREE supplement from Voice4Change England (V4CE), which features Stephen Bediako OBE, founder of The Social Innovation Partnership UK, discussing the underrepresentation of people of colour in the field and suggesting ways to correct the imbalance. Seasoned thespian Adrian Lester also shares how Impact X, the venture capital firm he helped to launch, gives a helping hand to Black and minority start-ups.