January 28, 2021.Reading time 3 minutes.
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass an American Slave is a must read for those who wish to begin to understand or contemplate the life of a slave in the 18th Century Americas. Born around 1817/1818 Frederick Douglass was himself enslaved for twenty years. Whilst conditions varied somewhat throughout the southern states of America, […]
January 27, 2021.Reading time 3 minutes.
The National Theatre has announced that Clint Dyer has been appointed Deputy Artistic Director. He will work closely with Rufus Norris, Director and Joint Chief Executive, and Emily McLaughlin, Director of New Work to support and shape the NT’s creative output. Over the course of his award-winning career Clint has worked across theatre, film and […]
January 26, 2021.Reading time 4 minutes.
Black Cultural Archives has appointed Ansel Wong CBE as the new Chair of its Board Black Cultural Archives (BCA) has selected the cultural historian, community leader, and political activist Ansel Wong CBE as the new Chair of the Board of Trustees. In his new role, Mr Wong – alongside the roster of trustees – […]
January 25, 2021.Reading time 3 minutes.
African children’s books on sustainability and equality to be highlighted through latest SDG book Club The new, multilingual initiative sees book sector organisations from across the African continent come together and commit to augmenting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Book Club with an easy read collection of English, French, Arabic and Kiswahili books about […]
January 5, 2021.Reading time 1 minute.
The Ministry of Housing and Communities have prepared a selection of digital artworks, logos and banners for use for your Windrush events. These are available at no cost and can be accessed on the link below. Download a free promotional kit for your event: Windrush Day June 22nd click on the golden links to upload […]
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