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The Shame of Exhibit Bamboozled (3)

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 (1)

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

A different perspective on the Afrikan world


Nubiart Diary - Mohan Siddi Interview & Vit D Controversy

A different perspective on the Afrikan world


PCC rules media use of n word a style issue (4)

The Press Complaints Commission (PCC) has chosen to support media publication of the n word following a complaint about its repeated unedited use in the Guardian newspaper


 

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