“NINE NIGHT” A funny and intense drama set around the edges of a Jamaican wake

Now until May 26th 2018, 7.30 PM @ The National Theatre, Dorfman, London SE1 9PX As the Windrush generation continue to dominate headlines, a timely new play at the National Theatre invites us into the traditions, tensions and triumphs of a Jamaican family in London. (Read more about the Windrush scandal here: https://meetingofmindsuk.uk/2018/04/18/children-of-the-windrush-generation-rushed-out-of-the-uk/ / https://meetingofmindsuk.uk/2018/05/11/ss-empire-the-commonwealth-and-the-windrush-scandal-1948-2018-presented-by-kwaku/ ) ‘Nine Night‘ is…

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RAPHAEL ALBERT: “MISS BLACK AND BEAUTIFUL EXHIBITION”

For more than three decades from the late 1960’s, Raphael Albert organised and documented numerous black British beauty pageants and other cultural events, while creating a portfolio of photographs of aspiring models in his home studio.

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“BLACK JOURNALIST’S, THE WHITE MEDIA & BRITISH CIVIL RIGHTS”

Friday 11th May 2018, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM @ The Blue Room, British Film Institute (BFI) Southbank, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XT – FREE TO REGISTER & ATTEND Representation of black people in media has been contested by Civil Rights activists in Britain as well as the USA. It was and is, vital that…

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5th EDITION OF AFRICA ON THE RISE” by Ekua Haizel

This event aims to discuss the impact the new wave of millennial diasporans are having on the continent, and how this can be made more effective and sustainable. As well as highlighting the key areas for collaboration with those already on the continent.

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