Windrush Day 2021: Free Artwork, Logos, Banners & Posters for Your Events Here

  Download the latest free artwork kit, logos and banners for your events Windrush Day June 22nd  To download official posters, logos, headers and banners etc for your own use click on the link below: click here for complete artwork pack, logos and posters EDITIONS EXTRA!    WINDRUSH Review Newsletter  Relevant, challenging perceptions, Windrush Community […]

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Windrush Generation Up Close! Interview with Professor Sir Geoff Palmer OBE

Bishop Dr Joe Aldred interviews  world-renowned scientist/ inventor Sir Geoff Palmer.    UP CLOSE!   Click here to watch Sir Geoff Palmer, Caroll Thompson, Miss World and more celebrated hosts and guest interviews UP CLOSE! Is a series of exclusive monthly interviews produced and scripted by Joy Sigaud founder and editor of  Editions Media with […]

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Windrush Monument – Unveiling in 2022

The national Windrush Monument at Waterloo Station will be a permanent tribute to a generation of arrivals from the Caribbean to Britain – from the arrival of MV Empire Windrush in 1948 and in the decades that followed. The four artists shortlisted to design the monument are all of Caribbean descent and include world renowned, […]

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WINDRUSH DAY 2021 – Government’s Grant Scheme Events

  Charities, community groups and councils across England to receive £500,000 to commemorate the third national Windrush Day Funding will support exhibitions, digital archives and programmes for schools on June 22 and beyond       Activities will place communities front and centre of Windrush Day 2021 as the nation pays tribute to the Windrush Generation […]

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Interview with Children’s Author of African Stories Christopher Okemwa

By Zion Rufus To celebrate Africa Day, Editions Lifestyle will publish a series of interviews with esteemed children’s book authors by the UN SDG Book Club African Chapter Christopher Okemwa, Author of ‘Sabina the Rain Girl.’ Christopher Okemwa is an author and Editor of several literary works in Africa and beyond. with a zest to […]

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Margaret Busby Book Publisher to Receive The London Book Fair Lifetime Achievement Award 2021

  The London Book Fair will present the LBF Lifetime Achievement Award 2021 to Margaret Busby, co-founder of the publishing company Allison & Busby. The Lifetime Achievement Award committee selected Margaret Busby from a shortlist of leading international publishing figures. Margaret Busby OBE, Hon. FRSL (Nana Akua Ackon) was born in Ghana and educated in […]

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Steve McQueen – back on our television screens with a brand new series

BBC ONE ANNOUNCES “UPRISING” A BRAND NEW SERIES FROM ACCLAIMED MULTI-AWARD WINNING ARTIST AND FILMMAKER SIR STEVE MCQUEEN  Uprising is a vivid and visceral three-part series which has been commissioned by the BBC.  It will examine three major events that took place during 1981.  In January 1981, the New Cross Fire which killed 13 Black […]

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Jamaicans in Britain A Legacy of Leadership – Book

Editions Lifestyle Magazine has teamed up with the Jamaican High Commission to produce a brand new coffee table book.  Jamaicans in Britain, A Legacy of Leadership. On arrival to Britain in 2017 HE Seth Ramocan recognised the formidable contributions the community have made both within their own groups and the wider society, in particular those […]

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THE AFRICAN CHAPTER OF THE UN SDG BOOK CLUB IS HERE!

By Olatoun Gabi-Williams   After 8 months of planning and building, the UN SDG Book Club African Chapter is here. It is a unique, multi-lateral project that has brought the United Nations [UN] and key institutions of the African book industry together to achieve a common and important goal: African Publishers Network [APNET], African Library […]

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Black Cultural Archives (BCA) Publicly Rejects Race Report

The Black Cultural Archives known commonly as the BCA is the leading body of information pertaining to Black history in the UK. The BCA are called upon by organisations, institutions and government for accurate information and guidance on matters relating to historical and current issues within the Black community and hold a coveted collection of […]

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Black Women in Tech – 3 Young Pioneers in the News Industry Lead the Way for Equality & Diversity

A collaborative movement for people of colour Black In Data was founded to promote equality of opportunity and representation within the data industry. Aiming to provide an empowering nationwide network supporting its members to reach their potential in the workplace,  the trio are colleagues within the Guardian News and Media Group.   Co-founders, Devina Nembhard and […]

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Cherry Groce Memorial Monument Unveiling Scheduled for 25th April 2021

The Cherry Groce Memorial    A life-changing incident that happened over 35 years ago brings together Sir David Adjaye, Lee Lawrence and the Cherry Groce Foundation to create  a monument in the heart of Brixton as a lasting tribute to  Dorothy ‘Cherry’ Groce.   The memorial, designed by Sir David Adjaye will be delivered by […]

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Lee Lawrence Interview

written by Joy Sigaud Lee Lawrence Lee Lawrence is the son of Cherry Groce. His award winning book, The Louder I Sing,  is a powerful memoir about growing up in Britain. Lee, who was just 11 years old when his mother was wrongfully shot by police in Brixton in 1985 has spent his life campaigning […]

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Sir David Adjaye on Architecture, Black Lives Matter and the Cherry Groce Memorial

Sir David Adjaye OBE RA Interview By Joy Sigaud   His illustrative answers are inspirational.  The British-Ghanaian architect Sir David Adjaye’s views on overcoming racism, the Black Lives Matter movement and the ultimate sacrifice of Cherry Groce representing so many victims come to the forefront as his latest monument – a lasting memorial to her, […]

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