We chatted to 47Soul about dancehall, borders and creating music of resistance in diaspora.
We spoke to the creators of ‘Young, Gifted and Black’ – their love letter to the next generation of change-makers
We talk climate justice, building cross continental solidarity movements, how we can make good eating accessible to everyone, and her role in all this as a poet.
If we really want to see more POC rightfully engaging in the study of the Classical World, conversations need to be had in a language that people understand.
An Interview with filmmaker Marlon Fuentes, on how he has used film made to serve American imperialists to tell the story of those they colonised.
Come celebrate and fill your bellies and souls with goodness. Saturday 17th Feb, 5PM at Platform, Southwark.
How recent architectural and urban planning practices contributed to the collapse of the social fabric in Syria.
We met Iraqi filmmaker Maysoon Pachachi to talk about her latest fiction film-in-progress Another Day in Baghdad, how she is hoping to fund her film, and what opportunities exist for young creatives in a country facing hardship.
Sunni supremacy and Ahmadi persecution in Pakistan
An interview with Turner Prize winner Lubaina Himid. Through three of her exhibitions we understand her pioneering role in the black British contemporary art scene.
Hello to our latest episode of What Are You Reading??, our semi-regular series of flash reviews.
Our first review today is of Dina Nayeri’s Refuge, which was published by Riverhead Books in July 2017, and chronicles the subtle impact of her journey into and in exile.
Why Indigenous Peoples took the stage at COP23 to end false solutions and fight for climate justice