Lifeline: Covid 19 Malcolm X Food Hub in Bristol set to become a permanent fixture

Covid 19 has certainly unearthed some of the worst discrepancies in our society and implored us all to get up and assist those in need where we can.  The homeless were suddenly housed albeit temporarily, the hungry need to be fed, How many of us in 2020 Britain were aware that children and adults were […]

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Editions Lifestyle Magazine Read Digital Version here

 LEADING THE WAY TO A BETTER FUTURE CELEBRATING THE PAST  HAPPY YEAR ROUND READING! Fresh! Inspiring! Uplifting! Unique! These are just some of the words used by our readers to describe the new and original Editions Lifestyle Black History Month Magazine! The first in a series of publications from Editions Media Limited . Black History […]

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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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THANK YOU! From Editions Lifestyle Magazine, Windrush Review & Editions’ Review

The team at Editions Media would like to thank our readers, contributors and supporters for their encouragement and support over the past year. Since its inception we have successfully produced and distributed 3 publications for the Afro-Caribbean and African diasporas including one specifically for the Windrush Generation. We are also pleased to announce that we […]

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African-American Human Rights Lawyer keeps up the fight for justice – Black Lives Matter

African-Korean American Kimberley Motley is an international human rights defence attorney from Milwaukee Wisconsin.   Having made a name for herself  through her radical approach she is known for her unconventional legal mind.  Her fundamental belief that everyone has a right to justice has made her a  legend in a deeply conservative environment.  She was […]

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Vanessa James, Champion Pair Skater – A sobering reflection in these times of change.

 Five times French national champion, Canadian born pair skater Vanessa James and Morgan’s stunning performance to The Sound of Silence which was a hit song written by Simon and Garfunkel in 1964,  performed here by Disturbed in 2017. By Sybil Kretzmer main photo courtesy CNW. Film clip you tube.

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The Black British Theatre Awards Goes Virtual For 2020

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 […]

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Baroness Floella Benjamin shares some delights of her garden as the 2020 Chelsea Flower Show goes virtual.

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 […]

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Lady Colin Campbell, Our Beloved Prince Harry and Meghan Markle -New Book!

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 […]

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Covid 19 and BAME – All must be acknowledged for their great contributions

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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What’s On Worldwide Connect – Leading the way, Innovative Virtual & Online Events, Exhibitions, Workshops…

Click and Link:  For Music, Films, Virtual Tours, Dance, Museums, Professional Seminars and much more…something for all ages.   British Black Music Event celebrating British Black Music Month  June 2020. Music for causes. Discussion and sing-a-long,  register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/music-for-causes-discussion-and-sing-alongtickets-106540559682 Black Heroes Foundation have teamed up with Wandsworth Arts Fringe and organised  a series of events […]

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Diabetes Tips & Lifestyle Choices – Reduce The Risk

Diabetes disproportionately affects  the Afro-Caribbean and African community in the UK.  Award winning Michael  Williams is an highly motivational Healthy Lifestyle Coach with a passion for helping people to  make healthy lifestyle choices. With 18 years of working as a fitness professional, and a background in Nutrition and Psychology, he approaches health in a holistic […]

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Nelson Mandela – The History of his Art – The man behind The Hand of Africa

“Only three people in the world whose artwork sold for charity would attract so much interest: Nelson Mandela, the Prince of Wales and the Pope.”  by Anna Hunter curator and gallerist. In 1997  we were at a meeting at St James’s Palace to discuss some new watercolours by the Prince Charles and the programme we […]

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Virtual Culture at your fingertips… from home

Across the UK, arts organisations, museums and theatres are unveiling innovative digital plans to ensure culture and creativity is accessible for all. Online offerings to the public set to increase over the coming weeks thanks to Arts Council England’s £160m support package and the DCMS funded Digital Culture Network. Over the past week, arts and […]

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The Jolly Postman – for all the Frontline Workers

I composed this short piece of music to honour my postman. I’ve seen him every morning for the last 10 years diligently delivering the letters in my street.  All Frontline workers including people  postmen, dustmen and road sweepers of all races and nationalities whom we often overlook make our world a much better place. Listen […]

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