Racism

My Name is Leon – Institutional racism through a child’s eyes
One-off drama, ‘My Name is Leon’, is an adaptation of Kit de Waal’s novel of...
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‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and Racial Trauma’ – An immersive seminar & screening
 ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and Racial Trauma’ is an immersive Seminar on racialised trauma, and...
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Moses Ingram stars in the ‘most diverse’ Star Wars project yet.
'Obi-Wan Kenobi' star, Moses Ingram, has expressed her desire for her Jedi-hunting character Reva to...
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Viola Davis’ ‘Finding Me’, a memoir about struggle, success and self love
Viola Davis’s new memoir ‘Finding Me’ has been described as a “a deeply personal, brutal...
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For Black Boys: ‘An autopsy of the heart of a Black man’.
'For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Hue Gets Too Heavy’, a play...
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Tan France explores Colourism in new documentary
 ‘Beauty and the Bleach’, a new documentary by Queer Eye’s Tan France, explores colourism, also...
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Remembering Stephen Lawrence on Stephen Lawrence Day 2022
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Today is Stephen Lawrence day, a day to celebrate the life and legacy of Stephen...
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Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Power nominated for Documentary of the Year
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Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Power is one of the nominations for DOCUMENTARY OF THE YEAR...
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Jorja Smith’s ‘By Any Means’ nominated for Song of the year
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Jorja Smith’s single, ‘By Any Means’ is one of the nominations for SONG OF THE...
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