A Pan African Human Rights Organisation challenging the misrepresentation of African people, culture and history in the British media.
Media regulator Ofcom hosts summit to remove unlicensed community radio stations from the airways.
A different perspective on the Afrikan world
Alan Yentob the former chair of failed charity Kids Company was accused of racism after implying the communities served by Kids Company were savages likely to riot without his and Batmanghelidjh’s civilising influence.
The Trustees of Clapham Methodist Church have been accused of resorting to petty name calling after they sought to demonise supporters of the Queen Mother Moore School by referring to them as a “mob”.
Kwame Tua Opoku explains how the Humboldt – Forum attempted to defend holding looted artefacts with misleading statements and self-serving arguments.
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Ligali monitors anti-African socio-political trends and publishes news and articles of issues affecting African people resident in the UK , the Caribbean, Africa and across the Diaspora. Our news and journal archives reflect some of the Pan African community campaigns we have been involved in or supported since 2000.
Ligali supports artist - activists and highlights both pro and anti-African media. We have particular concerns about the wealth of stolen artefacts residing in various British museums and support calls for their return.
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