Who’s Who in the Jamaican Diaspora – New Book!

By Joy Sigaud Official guide to Who’s Who in the Jamaican Diaspora Remembering those who have contributed so much in the past and those who continue to contribute to the enhancement of the community and the wider population of Britain. Order your copy now here  

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Black History Month 2020 EDITIONS® Lifestyle Magazine is Out Now! Read Here

Click to read  The magazine: available in selected major supermarkets.  A big thank you to our readers and supporters. We have been informed by the supermarkets that the uptake was  100% within days. If you missed it  you can read it here

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Black Liberation Front, 1971-1993 – A Blue Print for Activism Today

By A.S. Francis In the face of adversity and many challenges, the Black Liberation Front was a well structured organisation which made a huge impact  within the Black diasporas as well as internationally. It’s legacy  stands as a blueprint for activism today.  The Black Liberation Front (BLF) was formed in 1971  and to date  was […]

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Black Britain: Miseducation and Afro-Caribbeans Black History Month 2020

By Joy Sigaud 2020 has been a pivotal year for the Black Community of Great Britain and it is not over yet.  As well as being disproportionately represented victims of the Covid-19 pandemic, police attempts to undermine and humiliate Black people has come to the fore, thanks to the Black Lives Matter movement. Welcoming the […]

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Lady Colin Campbell Talks Black Lives Matter, Her Books, Life and Views

Lady Colin Campbell, Jamaican Royal Commentator and Bestselling Author  Interview by Joy Sigaud From fashion student to royal confidante, from aristocracy  to Black history, the wonderfully straight talking Lady Colin Campbell gives Joy Sigaud some insight into her reasoning and life from her perspective. J.Sigaud  The public know you as the illustrious straight talking aristocrat […]

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Africa Outside – Hush!

Africa Outside HUSH! Did Rachel weep for her children? Yes, Who wept for me? Hush, the day has dawned Hush, are these the lost of Africa? Hush! Lost! Never! We are easily identifiable No matter how diluted So hush, Let your heart not weep   How many prophets have we had How many slain? Hush, […]

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Black History Month Magazine 2020 Editor’s Statement for Editions Lifestyle ®

1st October 2020 Welcome to Black History Month 2020 Editions Lifestyle Magazine. Black History Month UK celebrates the lives and contributions of the Afro-Caribbean and African diasporas in Britain irrespective of their origins. Since the first official Black History Month in 1987, which was created to fill the void in knowledge about the history of […]

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Editions Lifestyle Black History Month Magazine 2020 issue is Out Now! – Read Here

Click below to read: 30th September 2020: The magazine is available in selected major supermarkets.  A big thank you to our readers, distributors and supporters. We have been informed by the supermarkets that the uptake was  100% within days,  so they have thankfully now all gone but you can still read it here

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Black History Month 2020 Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Message 2020

“BLACK BRITISH HISTORY IS ALL OUR HISTORY” For countless generations people of African and Caribbean descent have been shaping our nation’s story, making a huge difference to our national and cultural life and helping to make Britain a better place to be. It is this contribution of black British people that I am proud to […]

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Glenda Caesar – Victim of the Hostile Environment Policy – 10 Years in Limbo

WINDRUSH FOUNDATION   presents  GLENDA CAESAR   Glenda arrived with her mother in the UK in 1961 from Dominica ‘as a babe in arms’. She first found out she wasn’t British and could not get a passport after trying to visit her dying mother in the Caribbean in 1998. In 2009, Glenda was sacked from her part-time […]

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100 Great Black Britons 2020

By Joy Sigaud. Patrick Vernon OBE and Dr Angelina Osbourne’s eagerly awaited 100 Great Black Britons 2020 has gone straight to number 1 on Amazon’s Hot New Releases in Biography Reference with orders for the hardback and number 4 for the kindle version. Not surprisingly,  of course, as the original 100 Great Black Britons, first […]

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Black History Timeline Poster available online – defining moments in Black History and the Black Lives Matter movement.

The Guardian has launched a Black History Timeline Poster. The first in the series was published on 11th July and every day this week from Monday 13th to Friday 17th others will follow.  The series documents key historical moments and the Black Lives Matter movement of the past decade. View the interactive wall chart here:  […]

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Covid 19: Two BME men from completely different worlds struck down and lived to tell the tale

Whilst we were waiting for Covid 19 to arrive from the East and whilst the powers that be were saying the old were particularly vulnerable and young people had no need to worry,  we had no real comprehension of exactly what it would mean for our society. China was on lockdown and  we all watched […]

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New Daughters of Africa

By Joy Sigaud   PUBLISHER AND EDITOR MARGARET BUSBY’S LANDMARK ANTHOLOGY SHOWCASES MORE THAN 200 CONTEMPORARY FEMALE WRITERS OF AFRICAN DESCENT FROM AROUND THE GLOBE TO MUCH ACCLAIM… Published in 2019 the book continues to inspire and attract both readers and aspiring writers in equal measure. The authors have also now waived their fees to […]

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Voices Of The Young Calling For Change – If only someone would listen – Black Lives Matter

DEFINING MOMENTS. By Joy Sigaud The young have arisen and taken to the streets. Worldwide protest marches and mostly peaceful. Some walk up to 50 miles per day stopping every so often to kneel, pray, collectively gather momentum and for the most part, considering the millions worldwide who have taken it upon themselves to stand […]

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