Ligali supports artist - activists and political art through our reviews and recommendations. We occasionally critique Afriphobic media to provide an alternative perspective to racist cultural propaganda and any supporting anti-African institutions.
10 March 2017The African Gaze tour with Nadia Denton at the V&A is a must for all those interested in art and African-Euro history (1600 – 1815).
18 February 2017Playwright Oladipo Agboluaje pens a powerful critique of populist politics in Nigeria hinting at an essential vision for a better future.
08 July 2012
29 August 2011
25 July 2011Twelve macabre short stories
23 June 2011
17 April 2011
01 April 2011
20 March 2011
13 August 2010
08 August 2010
02 August 2010
23 July 2010
06 February 2010Every Door Has Its Own Key
06 February 2010When Fear Enters, Truth Escapes
04 January 2010
17 December 2009
23 August 2009Ebge Ilu Oduniyi Ceremonial Bata drummers and Orisha singers ensemble
11 June 2009
24 April 2009
12 April 2009
09 April 2009Uncle Tom holds the reigns for Uncle Sam
25 March 2009
14 January 2009
10 December 2008
10 December 2008Truth Lives Forever
24 September 2008Misrule in the Land of Nod
24 September 2008African Roots CD
25 July 2008
24 May 2008Neo Soul CD
17 May 2008A play by Richard Nyeila about enslavement, rape, resistance and freedom.
12 May 2008Documentary on the history of Nigeria and its governance. Director: Jide Olanrewaju
11 May 2008Development Political Satire by Author RAN
11 May 2008Neo Soul CD
16 January 2008An authentic and challenging piece of drama that through the provocative use of culturally accessible African British stereotypes successfully addresses issues affecting both Africans from the continent and those in the Diaspora. By Kwame Kwei-Armah.
11 March 2007Channel 4's cynical and offensive attempt to present a revisionist verison of history that blames Africans for the Maafa
06 March 2007Amazing Grace is widely seen as one of the flagship propaganda vehicles for the British government’s 2007 Wilberfest celebrations.
05 July 2006Sophisticated racist programming from the BBC - written by Sharon Foster
05 July 2006
26 May 2006African identity, "black" identity and the British media (Diane Abbott)
21 May 2006African identity, "black" identity and the British media (Lola Ayonrinde)