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Ofcom planning new assault on community radio stations

03 November 2015

Media regulator Ofcom hosts summit to remove unlicensed community radio stations from the airways.

Nubiart Diary - Review of ‘Hard Stop’

19 October 2015

A different perspective on the Afrikan world

Alan Yentob’s racist rhetoric in defence of Kids Company

16 October 2015

Alan Yentob the former chair of failed charity Kids Company was accused of racism after implying the communities served by Kids Company were savages likely to riot without his and Batmanghelidjh’s civilising influence.

Update:Angry church trustees label school champions a ‘mob’

15 October 2015

The Trustees of Clapham Methodist Church have been accused of resorting to petty name calling after they sought to demonise supporters of the Queen Mother Moore School by referring to them as a “mob”.

Opinion: Stolen from Africa and the Humboldt – Forum

10 October 2015

Kwame Tua Opoku explains how the Humboldt – Forum attempted to defend holding looted artefacts with misleading statements and self-serving arguments.

DSTRKT nightclub boycotts over “too dark” policy continues

09 October 2015

Actress Tameka Empson, comic Kojo, and artists Tinchy Stryder and Omarion are applauded after supporting #doilookdstrkt protests and refusing to attend DSTRKT nightclub following allegations of its “too dark, too fat” door policy.

Nubiart Diary - Clapham Methodist Church & QMMS Statement

05 October 2015

A different perspective on the Afrikan world.

Save Queen Mother Moore Supplementary School

01 October 2015

A campaign stating “Reverend Stephen Poole Must Go” has been launched following the ministers savage attack on a supplementary school that has been hosted by the church since 1981

Nubiart Diary - Economics Class 101 & Mariem Hassan Obituary

21 September 2015

A different perspective on the Afrikan world

Opinion: The Protective theft of Cultural Artefacts

19 September 2015

Kwame Opoku explores Dr. James Cuno argument that cultural artefacts are best protected by being shared amongst western museums

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