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Nubiart diary - Selma Review & Freedom of Speech

26 January 2015

A different perspective on the Afrikan World


Comment: Suicide in Prison - The death of hope & aspiration

20 January 2015

“Suicide in Prison - The Abandonment of Hope and the Death of Aspiration” is Professor Gus John’s written submission to the BMH UK Parliamentary Round Table on the Harris Review into ‘self-inflicted’ deaths of 18-24 year olds young in prison.


Shell agree to £55 million in reparations for Nigerian spill

07 January 2015

Royal Dutch Shell Company has agreed to a 55 million pound pay-out in settlement for two oil spills that occurred in Nigeria during 2008.


Police use disrespectful Ebola insults during stop & search

06 January 2015

A young person was disrespected by a British police officer making an Ebola insult during a stop and search encounter.


African led fundraiser gives support for Ebola efforts

06 January 2015

The horrors of the Ebola crisis in parts of West Africa was brought home at a fundraising dinner organised by voluntary organisations BTWSC and African Histories Revisited in aid of Medecins Sans Frontieres UK (MSF).


Professor Hakim Adi joins UK list of academic giants

05 January 2015

The noted scholar Dr Hakim Adi became the latest of an extremely short list of African British academics to become recognised as a professor.


UCL commits to “Dismantling The Master’s House”

05 January 2015

University College London signs up to progressive work on dismantling racist inequality in higher education with innovative launch of #DTMH project


African pensioner targeted by racist bomb attack in N.I

04 January 2015

65-year-old says he no longer feels safe in his home after it was attacked with a paint bomb in anti-African hate crime.


Boko Haram continue killings and abductions in Nigeria

02 January 2015

35 people have been killed and over 100 women seized in an attack on Gumsuri in the Borno state, Nigeria. Women and children were gathered and taken away in trucks after the village was set alight with petrol bombs


Opinion: The defiant tactics of the British Museum

23 December 2014

Kwaku Opuko explains how the wilful dispersal of disputed cultural objects in museums have become used as a defence strategy against repatriation.



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