Sharing her inmost thoughts, perspectives and feelings told poetic verses and lines, Jennifer Uche Juwah releases “Awakening” (published by AuthorHouse UK).
This book of poetry draws inspiration from the Juwah’s life experiences, observations of the current world, aspirations, ideals, spirituality and raw self-expression. Each poem addresses a topic that most people know but cannot speak about. Through her words, the author and poet hopes to create a glow in the darkest and trying times.
NO SHADE Nominated for Best Narrative Feature Competition at 2019 Pan African Film and Arts Festival (PAFF) in Los Angeles
NO SHADE has already scooped the 2018 New York African Diaspora International Film Festival’s award for best film directed by a woman of colour.”— Artmattan Films
NO SHADE, a raw, fresh take on race and colorism in the UK has been nominated to compete in the Best Narrative Feature competition at the 2019 Pan African Film and Arts Festival (PAFF) in Los Angeles where it…
WINDRUSH CHILDREN - The Untold Story @ Windrush Generation Exhibition @ Library of Birmingham 24th May - 30 June 2018
An exhibition that takes you on a journey that includes displays of the "Front-room", clothes & fashion of the times, common foods and successful athletes and musical artists.
Ambassador Ras Seenaa Habte Wold presents a new dimension in a display telling the Windrush history in a new narrative through the eyes of a Rastaman over 20 large display panels.
Ras Seenaa also shares…
Greetings, everyone, This is another highly enjoyable, engaging and educational event from London Black History Walks. If you want to learn about the practical, historical basis for The Black Panther Movie, take the opportunity to attend this event. The next one will be held in London on 28th April. Go here for my review of this event. Go here to read my review of The Black Panther Movie. With best wishes,Zhana