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The Shame of Exhibit Bamboozled

03 October 2014

Opinion: In the aftermath of the aborted London installation of The Barbican and Bailey’s Exhibit B, artist-activist Toyin Agbetu shares his thoughts on African objectification, the art of protest and invention of a new kind of reverse anthropology.

Opinion: Remembering Milton “The Voice” Blake

28 September 2014

Norman Otis Richmond (aka Jalali) Reflects on the 70th Anniversary of the Late Milton Blakes’ Birth. (First published in African Canadian publication - Pride)

Nubiart Diary - West Afrikan Ebola Update

22 September 2014

A different perspective on the Afrikan world

Nubiart Diary - Mohan Siddi Interview & Vit D Controversy

08 September 2014

A different perspective on the Afrikan world

Press: ‘Beyond Nollywood’ Charts Nigerian Film Future

21 August 2014

The BFI Southbank are set to launch Author Nadia Denton’s Nigerian Filmmaker’s Guide to Success: Beyond Nollywood, a ground breaking reference manual about Africa’s most dynamic film industry.

Broadcasters justify whitewash of historic African events

21 August 2014

Channel 4 and the BBC defend their decision to deliberately exclude historic BCA launch & Reparations March from the news agenda. Both media institutions are public funded broadcasters with a duty to represent minority audiences & alternative viewpoints.

Anger grows as Barbican ignores calls to withdraw human zoo

20 August 2014

A petition organised by Sister Sar’z Myers calling for the public to #boycotthumanzoo has been launched following the decision of the Barbican to support and profit from “Edinburgh’s most controversial Show Exhibit B- The Human Show”.

Nubiart Diary - UNIA-ACL Centenary Lecture

04 August 2014

A different perspective on the Afrikan world

PASCF Statement on Reparations Owed to Afrikan people

04 August 2014

Following the historic London Reparations March from Brixton to 10 Downing Street organised by the Rastafari Movement in Britain on 1st August 2014, the PASCF states The Capitalists, the Working Class and the Trade Union Movement all owe Reparations

Thousands of Africans unite for Reparations March 2014

01 August 2014

A historic Reparations March (1st August 2014) organised by the Rastafari Movement (UK) bring London streets to a standstill as thousands walk from Brixton to Westminster during African Remembrance Month

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