November 29, 2019.Reading time 5 minutes.
For those who missed it or haven’t quite grasped the concept yet, Editions Lifestyle gives an overview of the significance and growing movement of digital technology in the Black digital sector. Afrotech was founded in Oakland California by Black tech experts for the huge Black digital industry which is relevant in almost every area […]
November 22, 2019.Reading time 3 minutes.
By Arike Oke. Extract from Editions Lifestyle Black History Month Magazine 2019 CEO of the BCA Arike Oke updates us on the purpose and poignance of the Black Cultural Archives institution. Following the successful Windrush Exhibition and National Windrush Day celebrations on site. With a new injection of funds BCA are looking to the […]
November 20, 2019.Reading time 5 minutes.
By Antonia Comrie. Is it abuse or is he just a very nice person…really, terribly clever, always doing good, but just a little bit highly strung and clingy? He’s not stalking me, he’s just ringing several times a day and keeping a close eye on what I’m doing because he has a genuine interest in […]
November 10, 2019.Reading time less than 1 minute.
By Joy Sigaud. A place of beauty where so many fall Yes let us remember Remember them all.
November 9, 2019.Reading time 11 minutes.
By A Prisoner in HMP Birmingham Thanks to the wonderful distribution network, Editions Lifestyle Magazine has reached many people including prisoners at HMP Birmingham and inspired by Black History Month we are publishing verbatim a story he wrote about Black people who served in the Great War and World War 2. On the 4th August […]
November 6, 2019.Reading time 3 minutes.
Award-winning author, broadcaster and columnist Gary Younge is joining The University of Manchester, after being appointed as a Professor of Sociology in the School of Social Sciences. The University is one of the UK’s major research institutions consistently ranked as one of the world’s elite for graduate employability. Gary, who speaks several languages has been […]
November 4, 2019.Reading time 4 minutes.
AFRICA BURNS As the world’s focus is fixed on the Amazon, Bloomberg reported there were near 7000 fires in Angola and circa 3400 in DR Congo alone, compared to the 2100 the international community were witnessing in the Amazon at the time of going to press. ONE FOR THE HISTORY BOOKS – A FAVOURITE PHOTO […]
November 3, 2019.Reading time 4 minutes.
By Joy Sigaud Editions Lifestyle remembers the Black children of Victorian England. Many were biracial, often abandoned by their parents on account of their colour. Others who were not intentionally abandoned were often from extremely poor families who could not be maintained by their parents, who sometimes committed themselves to the notorious workhouses out […]
November 2, 2019.Reading time 1 minute.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government have once again launched the 2020 fund, created in 2018 to support community groups who wish to apply for funding to celebrate National Windrush Day. The first National Windrush Day 2019 was a great success following the immense inaugural celebrations of 2018 and opened up dialogue and […]
November 1, 2019.Reading time 1 minute.
Black History Month is over but Black History matters all year ’round and it is time to reflect and remember those who have made an impact on the quality of our lives in both an historical and contemporary context. Who should be the greatest Black Briton of 2020? Nominations are being accepted now. To register […]
November 1, 2019.Reading time 8 minutes.
By Hugh Sherriffe Regional Director Barnado’s I began my career at Barnardo’s in 1989 – two years after the UK’s first Black History Month. I joined the charity because I wanted to make a difference. Growing up Black in Birmingham, gave me an understanding of societal injustices and a steely determination to root out […]
November 1, 2019.Reading time 7 minutes.
…For Black History Month 2019 and Beyond. As we approach the end of Black History Month 2019 Editions Lifestyle recognises the story doesn’t end here. There is so much to say and so much to learn, as we learn about ourselves, those who have gone before us and share it with the population at large. […]
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