Making Waves… Editions’ Review The Newsletter

29th February 2020. Issue No. 2 What a start to the Year!  The days are getting longer yet the early signs of spring are in the air. We’ve had the Oscars, the Bafta’s, controversy around both with Stormzy and Dave kicking up a storm, not to forget Black History Month USA which we have all […]

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“Marching With Martin Luther King August 1963” – Reverend John Wates OBE recalls his personal experience

Originated and updated by Joy Sigaud When Reverend John Wates OBE first approached me at a drinks party a while back and said “did you know I was at the Martin Luther King rally in Washington in 1963?” I was so impressed. I had literally never met anyone from England who had actually attended. He […]

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UK-African Investment Summit in London

Prime Minister Boris Johnson today hosted, for the first time ever, the largest gathering of African Heads of State and key business figures for a summit to promote African-UK collaboration. The UK has long partnered with various African countries, primarily English speaking, but today saw the diversity of the continent come together with countries participating […]

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Poem: Long Ago and Far Away

J. Sigaud is a British writer of Jamaican and a very mixed heritage, pick a few: African, Scottish, German, Indian, English, Irish.  She writes short stories on everyday themes;  things embedded in our subconscious yet pertinent and real. She also advocates the teaching of Black History in Schools and calls for accuracy and careful planning […]

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Editions Lifestyle Highlights of the Decade – Year End 2019

It’s the International Decade for people of African Descent and we have certainly made waves in so many areas. We’ve seen a campaign for an increase in diversity begin to come to fruition in many sectors with more Black faces in the mainstream media than ever before, not to mention heads of corporations with almost […]

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