October 10, 2020.Reading time 2 minutes.
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, […]
July 10, 2020.Reading time 3 minutes.
Supported by The Arts Council England and Jack Shainman Gallery New York, the Barbican Art Gallery will present A Countervailing Theory, a site-specific installation for The Curve. It is the first-ever UK commission by Nigerian-American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola. Ojih Odutola’s epic cycle of groundbreaking new work unfurls across the 90-metre long gallery. An immersive soundscape […]
June 25, 2020.Reading time 18 minutes.
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 […]
February 5, 2020.Reading time 11 minutes.
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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