Sep 2022

Funding News: October 2022

New grant funding opportunities over the coming months
Sep 2022

Black History Month presented by Holly Marie Cato

A curated month of talks, portfolio reviews, screenings, film workshops and the opportunity to win £100K photography grant
Aug 2022

Coroner concludes the death of Blessing Olusegun was accidental with no way of ruling out third-party involvement

Coroner could not rule out third-party involvement, so why did his conclusions come down to one of ‘accident’ or ‘suicide’ and not murder?
Aug 2022

Council ‘liable’ for deaths of five Grenfell residents

72 people lost their lives – why is the Council only liable for 5 deaths, what about the other 67?
Aug 2022

Funding News: August 2022

New grant funding opportunities over the coming months
Jul 2022

BoJo Quits: gone, but not going yet!

As the political poster boy for nationalistic rhetoric, he stoked division, and his vain values of Britishness led to our withdrawal from the EU
Jun 2022

Refugee Week 2022: Healing Together

Through creativity and conversations, Refugee Week 2022 will be a celebration of community, mutual care, and the human ability to start again
Jun 2022

Black in Time: The Most Awesome Black Britons from Yesterday to Today

Through fact files, narrative stories and interviews, the book showings young readers how Black History is British history
Jun 2022

Funding News: June 2022

New grant funding opportunities over the coming months
May 2022

“The British Empire depended on racist ideology in order to function”

‘deep-rooted racism of the Windrush scandal’ was in fact designed to reduce the proportion of people living in the UK who did not have white skin’
Apr 2022

The ‘Adultification’ of Black Girls: Anne Longfield’s Commission on Young Lives and Exclusion Culture

“If you want to explore the adultification of Black girls, we have to look at the history, which is rooted in slavery and colonialism.”
Feb 2022

Thandiwe Newton’s performative apology is steeped in an identity crisis we helped create

Being lighter-skinned does have certain privileges, and we all know why. But what about personal integrity?