About the Editor & Founder Joy Sigaud

  She speaks 3 languages, though a little rusty in some now by her own admission,   and has a longstanding history in publishing which began in 1979, after a short stint with Times Newspapers and then as Special Projects Manager for Africa’s leading business magazine at that time. She went on to publish her own […]

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African, Afro-Caribbean or just British

    African, Jamaican or Just British? A Jamaican’s journey written by J. Sigaud           Long Ago And Far Away There is a world that exists No one knows about it They have civilisations, structures, tribes, hierarchies and wars Just like everywhere else,  save the poverty, filth and degradation of many but […]

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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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High Commissioner’s Windrush Day 2020 Message to the Windrush Community

H. E. SETH GEORGE RAMOCAN, CD HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR JAMAICA I am honoured to be given the opportunity to warmly greet readers on the occasion of the commemoration of Windrush 2020. This year’s celebration will be quite different from any other, as the United Kingdom, Jamaica and indeed the world, grapple with the unique and […]

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Windrush Review Newsletter June 2020

Welcome to our new Windrush Review 2020 Newsletter. In line with sustainable development goals and with the contribution of members of the Windrush community we have produced a succinct publication packed with uplifting and inspiring news and developments. The Windrush community today has grown from being predominantly Jamaican and Barbadian to include members from all […]

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WINDRUSH … FEARS CONTINUE – Sitting in Limbo – just the tip of the iceberg

Joy Sigaud. As a publisher and editor we have been highlighting the dreadful plight of the victims of the Windrush for some years. I commissioned this article, written by journalist Ciara Leeming for another publication in 2019. The story was first published in The Big Issue and yet we are still hearing the same stories. […]

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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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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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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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