‘What ism Now?’ by FORWARD Young Women’s Hub

Thursday 19th July 2018, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM @ Yumchaa, 45 Berwick Street, London W1F 8SF FORWARD Young Women’s Hub hosts a safe space for Black and minority ethnic women to meet, network and participate in monthly discussions exploring all aspects of our lived experiences. FORWARD is the UK’s leading African diaspora organisation working…

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‘Voices of Young African Women’ by Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel

Friday 25th May 2018, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM @ Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, 4 Merches Places, Cardiff CF11 6RD ‘Voices of Young African Women‘ is all about developing young African women as leaders of tomorrow and celebrating diverse African cultures in Wales. To celebrate Africa Day, the event led by Tuwezeshe fellows from Wales will bring to…

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“MFest” – The first UK festival dedicated to the literature, culture and ideas of Black British Muslim Communities

With more than 25 events running from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th April 2018 at The British Library and P21 Gallery, MFest provides a unique platform in the centre of London for emerging and established writers, performers and artists to present their works and bring together Britain’s incredibly varied Muslim population.

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Social Commentary No. 14 “The Power Imbalance: The Battle of the Sexes”

As women, and especially Black women, we live in a vacuum, a bubble filled with polluting air particles – full of micro and macro aggression, that impact our daily lives. It’s hard to breathe. We are suffocating and silenced. Our very existence in every social space is questioned. We are too sexy, too bossy, too aggressive, to needy, to uptight, too loud, too vulnerable, too emotional, too indecisive, too unstable, too demanding, too VISIBLE!

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“SANKARA THE PLAY: THE RISE AND FALL OF AN AFRICAN HERO”

Tuesday 20th March – Saturday 14th April 2018. Show times 7:30pm @ The Cockpit Theater, Gateforth Street, London NW8 8EH The life and death of the unforgettable African hero Thomas Sankara takes the stage in London in a play that marries politics, economics and African dancing in a subversive mix. Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” inspires the unforgettable epic…

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