Ensuring Covid 19 Does Not Impact The Celebration of Black Talent Leading the way in so many arenas and following the devastating impact of Covid 19 on all sectors, not least the theatre and performing arts, Black British Theatre Awards, BBTA, are pressing ahead. Opening up no less than four new nomination categories, in addition […]
By Baroness Floella Benjamin I’m now a Vice President of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), something I know my beloved mother would have been so proud of. I have been invited as a guest to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show for the last 30 years and I always took my mother with me when she […]
Jamaican born and proud of it, Lady Colin Campbell, daughter of a prominent Jamaican merchant, has penned yet another book. Whether she is considered a royal humbug or self-appointed scribe for posterity, it cannot be denied that she continues to attract unprecedented attention and is frequently called upon by the national media for her insight […]
Sponsored by Europe’s largest education union The NEU, Britain’s National Education Union have teamed up with Patrick Vernon, creator and founder of 100 Great Black Britons and launched a competition for school aged children. Once the preserve of a few, home schooling is now the norm during the Covid 19 pandemic lockdown and the competition […]
As Boris Johnson lights a solitary candle on the eve of VE Day in Westminster Abbey void of congregation, we await the thanksgiving service on this commemorative day. On this day, the 75th anniversary marking the of the end of WW2, it is a day that should have been filled with rejoicing and we will […]
By Joy Sigaud COVID 19 – The British Black have a long charted history of contributing to major milestones in British society and must be acknowledged for their roles. Over 3.25million cases of Covid 19 worldwide. We have all seen the figures for Europe it’s always in the news but Africa, continent of a […]
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