September 24, 2019.Reading time 4 minutes.
Having edited two of the foremost magazines for Black History in the UK, editor Joy Sigaud recognised there was no publication representing the general black population that was neither politically motivated nor constantly justifying and proving the mere existence of the African, Afro-Caribbean and mixed Afro population in the UK. Historically there were one or […]
September 18, 2019.Reading time 1 minute.
Leading protagonist, social commentator and human rights activist Patrick Vernon launched the first in a series of public meetings to be held nationwide in his campaign to raise the profile and create a lasting monument to the Windrush Generation and their descendants. Hosted by the BCA (Black Cultural Archives) with Chair Dawn Hill in attendance, […]
September 15, 2019.Reading time 2 minutes.
By Joy Sigaud The celebrations and commemorations continue as we approach the end of the 60th Anniversary Year of the most successful record label of all time. As Hitsville The Making of Motown, a new film about the iconic organisation has been screening in the US and in the UK, we can’t help but remember […]
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