19 May 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
15 May 2014At a meeting in the House of Lords, representatives of the UK’s African and Caribbean churches committed themselves to join the struggle to expose and outlaw modern forms of slavery.
15 May 2014Sabamya Jaugu explains how African History Month (AHM) is a twelve month event honoring different historical topics, cultural activities, outstanding accomplishments and noteworthy individuals who have affected the global African communities worldwide.
09 May 2014The illusory impression that Society is post racist because of the successes of a few individuals from Ethnic Minority communities, and the easy use of terms like Diversity and Multiculturalism diverts us from the need to address race equality issues.
05 May 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
21 April 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
10 April 2014Toyin Agbetu explains why the Beauty Is Campaign has launched an online petition calling for Jane Ellison, Public Health Minister to criminalise the sale and use of all skin bleaching products on children.
07 April 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
10 March 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
24 February 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
18 February 2014Kwame Opoku reflects on the implications of the recent Guardian Poll for the return of the Parthenon Marbles
10 February 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
27 January 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
22 January 2014MediaWatch exposes an example that shows how the subtle rewriting of history for political gain can distort the legacy of those no longer with us and able to defend their name
22 January 2014MediaWatch explores how the label ‘racist’ can be abused to take away the impact of the word with real complaints [This article contains offensive images]
15 January 2014A new year, a new concept and a new word for affirming African heritage, TAOBQ unveils a top 10 list for identifying people of African heritage
14 January 2014Toyin Agbetu shares his opinion on the proliferation of fake ‘community leaders’ promoted in the media as representatives of the pan-African community in Britain
13 January 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
06 January 2014Kwame Opoku explains why numbers may be important in restituion matters when seeking to recover looted Nigerian artefacts
24 December 2013The Metropolitan Police unit is to research whether it has enough evidence to conduct an investigation in British atrocities following a referral from the CPS.
24 December 2013A reprint of a biography published in loving memory of Dr Abiola Monisola Olatkunbo Ogunsola on behalf of the Ogunsola and Adelaja Families.
16 December 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
06 November 2013Capital Xtra the newly rebranded Choice FM may face an Ofcom investigation for format compliance after receiving several complaints about the stations new urban direction and lack of support for UK artists.
04 November 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
15 October 2013Prof. Gus John offers a tribute for Jessica Huntley, who as co-founder and director of Bogle-L’Ouverture Publications and bookstore in West Ealing, passed away at Ealing Hospital on Sunday morning, 13 October, following a short illness. She was 86.
03 October 2013Creative designer Jon Daniel’s exhibition showcasing his childhood through a collection of comics and toys depicting hero’s of the African Diaspora is a great success.
01 October 2013Up to 50 students were shot dead as they slept in their dormitory in Yobe state, north-eastern Nigeria on 29 September 2013
25 September 2013AfroEurope@ns conference and cultural programme including internationally acclaimed writers Caryl Phillips and Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o will be held this October at the University of London — the first time the conference has come to the UK.
22 September 2013Over 175 people are injured and almost seventy killed by al-Shabab extremists in an attack on the shopping centre in Kenya, Nairobi (WARNING: This Article Contains Graphic Images)
02 September 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
23 August 2013The Crown Prosecution Service forwards ‘mau mau’ era complaint about British war criminals to the Metropolitan Police’s SO15 unit.
19 August 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
16 August 2013The National Association of Black Supplementary Schools presents the 4th annual National Black Supplementary Schools Week from the 16th to 23rd August 2013.
15 August 2013Kwame Opoku asks whether Nigeria will raise the topic of restitution of Benin Artefacts at UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Committee?
05 August 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
31 July 2013Human rights activist and community educator Toyin Agbetu has called for stop and search officers to be specially trained and licensed as Home Office extends consultation.
22 July 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
05 July 201329 children are killed after gunmen attack a secondary school in northern Nigeria. Fury grows as international media indifference devalues African life.
28 June 2013Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is to look into suspected war crimes in Kenya during 1950 to 1963 following a complaint from the Ligali organisation.
17 June 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
15 June 2013The British government pays tax payer funded hush money allowing its war criminals to escape justice whilst denying responsibility for its colonial era ‘mau mau’ terror camp atrocities.
03 June 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
03 June 2013Inquest reveals failure to provide basic care by ambulance crew contributed to the death of sickle cell patient, Sarah Mulenga
02 June 2013Metropolitan police officers are reported to be angry at attempts to introduce equality and fairness into the forces recruitment and retention policies.
02 June 2013Kwame Opoku examines the true motives behind the Ethnology Museum in Vienna changing its name to the World Museum
20 May 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
09 May 2013The legal loopholes allowing Amazon to exploit the sale of banned carcinogenic cosmetics containing hydroquinone is wrong. Please stop.
08 April 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
25 March 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
25 February 2013Beatrix Simpson, the headteacher of George Eliot Primary school has refused to apologise after six year olds taught “all brown children will grow up to be slaves”.