Lambeth Libraries – What’s On! – November 2020

Sponsored Black History Month A celebration of history, arts, literature and film A guide to events in Lambeth – November 2020   Lambeth Libraries Black History Month November Programme 2020 The Space Between Black and White with Esuantsiwa Jane Goldsmith Tuesday 10 November, 7pm Online event:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/125315840051 Join Esuantsiwa Jane Goldsmith to discuss her memoir […]

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Kamala Harris A New Dawn Joe Biden A New Hope in Both!

By Joy Sigaud   A new day has dawned in America, a beacon,  bringing a new unexpected hope to millions across the globe. Millions of Black people have witnessed their people gunned down, persecuted in broad daylight, suffered systemic racism and racial injustices that for so long have been swept under the carpet as swiftly […]

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British West Indies Regiment – Remembrance Day 2020 Military Awards plus film HERO.

By Joy Sigaud As more and more information comes to light about the sheer number of African and Caribbean soldiers who fought and served in World War 2, not least to  mention African-American soldiers it is not surprising that the desire to erect further monuments is gaining momentum as the few remaining with us to […]

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Windrush Caribbean Film Festival going from strength to strength

Launched to coincide with Black History Month, the Windrush Caribbean Film Festival (WCFF)  is well under way. If you missed any of the films and Q & A audience participation find our more here. Set to become an annual fixture the WCFF is gaining momentum with a panel of experts discussing relevant issues around the films […]

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The Black Heroes of WW1 and WW2

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 […]

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BBBA Awards 2020 Winners

The BBBAwards (Black British Business Awards, are the only premium awards programme to celebrate both the exceptional performance and outstanding achievements of black professionals and entrepreneurs in global, small and medium enterprises operating in Great Britain.  Segun Osuntokun, Managing Partner at top 20 international law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) London Office, has been […]

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Mental Health Covid 19 Lockdown 2 – looking after the mind in emotional times

Emotional Times By Dr Justin Basquille Justin Basquille is a Consultant Psychiatrist to the Royal Brompton Hospital. He specialises in the psychiatric problems of adulthood and  is well-known and respected in his area of expertise. How are we coping emotionally? Following the Covid-19 Lockdown in March and with the impending Lockdown 2 he gives some […]

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Gregory Isaacs’ Night Nurse Tribute – Dedicated to Covid 19 Nurses

A wonderful international tribute to another great Jamaican musician,  the late legendary Gregory Isaacs. Renowned for a series of hit songs one of his most  famous,  Night Nurse has been remixed and performed by various artists from Jamaica, Ghana, Brazil, Germany and Japan plus more. Listen here Night Nurse  

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Ode of the Black Man

The Ode of the Black©  At the close of Black History Month 2020 it is a poignant reminder that in spite of all the attention and accolade this month has had, the struggle goes on. Is a series of music and verse that tells the story of a Black man or woman’s  walk through life […]

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Black first year students at Cambridge Trinity College share their views

J. Sigaud SUCCESSION Third year law student Wanipa Ndhlovu takes the lead for Black History Month at Cambridge with open discussions and a new film about life at the University It’s one week into the new academic year at Trinity College Cambridge and the new students share their views, experiences and outlook. Cambridge University prides […]

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Africans in India – The Forgotten Tribe

J. Sigaud African Migration the Slave Route Project continued… India ‘Elite’ Slavery Africans were trafficked and enslaved almost over the entire world and you find their descendants today from the deep dense jungles of India to the plains of Montana. Some have assimilated into societies so they are not necessarily easily identifiable as Africans, whilst […]

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Kelvin Okafor Artist, Editions Cover Story, Baby Zuri, Winnie Harlow, Naomi Campbell and more…

By J. Sigaud The front cover image that captured thousands of  hearts and imagination yet many were surprised to learn this was not a photograph but a pencil drawing. Such talent has earned Okafor recognition and acclaim and yet he remains humble to his craft. Editions Black Lifestyle Magazine captures the growing spirit of entrepreneurship […]

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Editions Lifestyle Magazines and Newsletters – Black History Month

EDITIONS LIFESTYLE Black History Month Magazine is unique and it’s out!  Always leading the way with original ideas and content, created to inspire, inform and uplift, once again our latest Edition magazines were “sold out” within days of hitting the news stands in Tesco’s Sainsbury’s Asda and Morrisons. This year we had a higher distribution with […]

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Pelé – The Legend – Art World Celebrates his 80th Birthday with Exclusive Exhibition

By Joy Sigaud Revisiting the exhibition of his 75th year it is timely that for perhaps the “greatest footballer of all time”  his birthday falls during  Black History Month Whether you like football or not, everyone knows the name Pelé, celebrated worldwide for his great talent and skills with the ball. It is claimed that […]

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Professor Hakim Adi’s New Book for Children – ‘The History of African and Caribbean Communities in Britain’

Joy Sigaud The History of African and Caribbean Communities in Britain Written specifically for children aged 12 plus, this new edition by Professor Hakim Adi, a 100 Great Black Briton 2020,  discovers the history of African and Caribbean communities in Britain, from pre-Roman times to the 21st Century. Many people think that Britain’s Black population […]

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