13 February 2013Kwame Opoku questions whether Nigeria’s approach to restitution of cultural artefacts is really working and offers a more progressive approach and honest definition.
11 February 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
30 January 2013The French government has returned five ancient terracotta sculptures to Nigeria after they were discovered being smuggled out of the country.
28 January 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
23 January 2013The British government has been urged by the United Nations (UN) to review policing tactics connected to the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.
21 January 2013Cecil Gutzmore shares a tribute in remembrance of Professor Tony Martin who passed away, joining the Ancestors on 17 January 2013, aged 70
15 January 2013Kwame Opoku (Dr) explores the moral contradictions surrounding the Nigeria-Arts of the Benue River Valley (Arts de la vallée de la Bénoué Nigeria) exhibition
14 January 2013A different perspective on the Afrikan world
10 January 2013Kwame Opoku (Dr) examines the reasons why the Boston Museum of Fine Arts should return looted Benin bronzes.
06 January 2013The World African Diaspora Union (WADU) Vice President Nana Yaa Farika Berhane is enroute to Ethiopia with the mission of promoting Pan Africanism and the first WADU Ambassador Dudley Thompson Pan African tribute.
04 January 2013The Guyanese government and sculptor Ivor Thom have been heavily criticised for the location chosen of a monument commemorating the 1823 African uprising.
12 December 2012We republish a lecture given by Walter Rodney in 1968 where he discusses ‘African History in the Service of the Black Liberation’
19 November 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
17 November 2012An offensive resource on African enslavement has been removed from class lessons with an apology following complaints over pupil distress.
10 November 2012Ghanaian detainees at the Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre have issued a statement regarding the death of Prince Ofosu.
09 November 2012Community educators fill meeting space to capacity as launch of report on African heritage provision in primary schools is released.
09 November 2012The seminal film Pumzi by director Wanuri Kahui is to feature in a key event discussing Africa in Science Fiction at the Southbank Centre, London.
07 November 2012Harrow event reaffirms Black History Month African-centred focus and Black Sections members highlight their efforts in the election of the 4 “black” MPs in 1987
05 November 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
31 October 2012School defends offensive, comical ‘slave trade’ history lesson after 13 year old is humiliated and returns home almost in tears.
23 October 2012Toyin Agbetu shares why, in standing up to racism through the Kick it Out Boycott, Jason, Rio and Anton are finally making the transition from role muddles to role models.
20 October 2012Dr. Jahi Issa faces serious criminal charges and several years in jail as a result of attending student rally/protest against attacks on Black education.
18 October 2012Norman (Otis) Richmond explains how before The King of Pop, Michael Jackson, internationalized Black Music, another Jackson named Mahalia had already conquered the world.
18 October 2012‘A different perspective on the Afrikan world’
16 October 2012The Centerprise Trust based at 136-138 Kingsland High Street, London E8 2NS has lost the eviction action by Hackney Council at Central London County Court.
02 October 2012Dr Kwame Opoku explains why it is imperative that the doctrine of quiet diplomacy is abandoned for the successful restitution of looted Nigerian artefacts from western museums.
01 October 2012‘A different perspective on the Afrikan world’
17 September 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
12 September 2012Norman (Otis) Richmond shares his insight on the legacy of the late, great musical talent, Barry White.
11 September 2012The Black Empowerment Association (Barbados) acts to revitalise the statue of Barbados’ national hero after the Bussa Emancipation memorial is discovered in a shameful state of degradation.
06 August 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
24 July 2012Friend and fellow artist, Bro Kofi joins many at the Veranda, Brixton in offering a tribute to Jennifer Lewis, the multi-talented artist, jewellery designer, sculpter and carer who recently joined the Ancestors (1966-2012)
23 July 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
20 July 2012The Crown Prosecution Service has said that it will not charge the three security officers responsible for the death of an African man on a deportation flight
20 July 2012The controversial manner in which Kenny Dalglish supported the Luis Suárez racism case led to the manager being sacked by Liverpool Football club (LFC) claims MU manager
19 July 2012The Windrush Foundation has received a confirmed grant of £238,700 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for the EMANCIPATION 1838 project, it was announced today.
18 July 2012Opinion:Kwame Opoku (Dr) reflects on Nigeria’s reaction to the donation of looted Benin artefacts to Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
18 July 2012Malcolm Rogers, director of Museum of Fine Arts Boston explains why he wrote to the Oba of Benin regarding the looted Benin Kingdom bronzes and ivories.
10 July 2012The Abundance Centre in Peckham is facing renewed assault from Southwark Council who are seeking to close the community learning space.
08 July 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
08 July 2012
25 June 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
15 June 2012Director Eric Schachter shares the events that motivated him to make the film Harlem USA
11 June 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
09 June 2012Tricey Martin reflects on the enduring resolve of Malcolm X’s teachings despite numerous attempts to assassinate his political legacy
05 June 2012The plight of Delaware State University Professor Dr. Jahi Issa has attracted international attention after he was arrested for supporting students questioning DCU’s managerial agenda to alter the universities core identity and character.
04 June 2012The political influence of anti-immigrant lobbyist group, Migration Watch is challenged by a group of community workers concerned over its racist rhetoric.
04 June 2012A ten year study into the effects of chemical hair straighteners on African women has revealed an increased risk of uterine fibroids, as well as correlation between early puberty in young girls.
03 June 2012Norman (Otis) Richmond sends an Open Letter To President Barack Hussein Obama on the start of African (Black) Music month
22 May 2012African Liberation Day (ALD) at the Chestnut Community Centre on Saturday 26 May 2012, 3pm to 8pm around the theme of African Youth: Get Up! Stand Up! Organise!