21 May 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
07 May 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
02 May 2012Sabamya Jaugu shares his opinion on why we should commemorate our neglected heroes from history in the western hemisphere.
01 May 2012Kwame Opoku (Dr) shares his thoughts following the recent damage to a priceless Nok sculpture and asks will other African artefacts end in this way?
23 April 2012‘A different perspective on the Afrikan world’
01 April 2012Sabamya Jaugu gives a historical reflection on the relevance of April’s Fool day for Africans in America.
10 March 2012Norman (Otis) Richmond recalls the merits of Whitney Houston’s life after meeting her at Toronto\'s Club BlueNote in 1986.
09 March 2012Sabamya Jaugu shares his opinion on why we should celebrate the freedom fighters that fought for African independence from slavery and colonialism.
05 March 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
02 March 2012The former governor of Delta State pleads guilty to fraud after laundering millions from the impoverished people of Nigeria’s oil-rich Delta state.
22 February 2012The metropolitan police are holding a public meeting to discuss their recent shooting of a twenty five year old African. The IPCC are expected to be present.
22 February 2012Rapturous applause greets a heroic African mother after she wins her struggle against the US government over the custody and wellbeing of her 13 year old daughter.
20 February 2012A different perspective on the Afrikan world
20 February 2012Jamaica’s Ministry of Education attracts international applause after the announcement of its plan to teach Marcus Garvey’s philosophies in schools.
19 February 2012As Africans across America remember their history, Sabamya Jaugu explains why it is important to move from “black” to African History Month
19 February 2012Malcolm X to be honoured with plaque from Nubian Jak Community Trust. He visited Smethwick, after addressing the first meeting of the Council of African Organisations in London.
09 January 2012‘A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE AFRIKAN WORLD’
19 December 2011Minister reveals UN inquiry may investigate numerous abuse and unlawful killings of innocent Africans during Libyan conflict.
18 December 2011‘A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE AFRIKAN WORLD’
17 December 2011Kwame Opoku (Dr) shares his thoughts following the recent controversy caused by the proposed auction of a Nok sculpture in a French auction house.
16 December 2011Vulnerable employees likely to have no access to justice as coalition plans to economically exclude the most vulnerable.
15 December 2011The African Or Black Question (TAOBQ) campaign highlights issues around African identity and postulates that people of African heritage in Britain should be called African, instead of black
15 December 2011Pro democracy protesters across the Pan African world face violent assault from state police as they challenge the widely contested re-election of President Joseph Kabila in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
12 December 2011Italian police have confirmed the killing of two African street sellers and wounded of three others by a european on a racist shooting rampage in Florence, Italy.
04 December 2011‘A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE AFRIKAN WORLD’
22 November 2011Ama Biney (Dr) reflects on the need to reawaken a progressive community spirit that acts with courage and in solidarity for our collective, local and global interests.
21 November 2011‘A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE AFRIKAN WORLD’
11 November 2011WINDRUSH FOUNDATION wins initial support from Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for project ‘LIBERATION 1838’
03 November 2011Centerprise Trust Ltd, the Dalston-based, Community and Arts centre is in imminent danger of closure, after Hackney Council gave the 41 year old centre two weeks to cease operations and hand over the keys to the property.
02 November 2011Showcasing more than 50 of Africa’s best films and 15 UK premieres, Film Africa 2011 presents an exciting programme of screenings, Q&As, panel discussions and live performances from the 3rd – 13th November 2011.
22 October 2011‘A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE AFRIKAN WORLD’
18 October 2011Kwame Osei shares his thoughts on Why Afrikan people should avoid white sugar in their diet.
09 October 2011‘A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE AFRIKAN WORLD’
08 October 2011Rare stamp and collectibles dealer and award-winning African-Caribbean creative collaborate to celebrate the stamps from the African Diaspora as part of Black History Month UK
29 September 2011A group of elders are being forced to fight for the survival of their community centre after Haringey Council repossessed the venue for rent arrears.
28 September 2011First time author, Nadia Denton presents in The Black British Filmmaker’s Guide to Success a valuable resource that will enable film practitioners to achieve greater success with their endeavours.
26 September 2011‘A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE AFRIKAN WORLD’
22 September 2011A group of protesters from the ‘Hands off Libya! Hands off Africa’ coalition were released on bail after being arrested in Ghana on Founders Day following their protest against imperialist action across the Continent
22 September 2011The London School of Economics lecturer involved in the publication of racist material demonising African women has been banned from teaching any compulsory courses.
12 September 2011Awula Serwah & Kwaku reflect on the challenges and progressive way forward for African history Month in the UK.
12 September 2011Darren Lumb, the British National Party (BNP) organiser for Wakefield, was convicted at Pontefract Magistrates’ Court after he used racist abuse at a petrol station in a dispute over the price of diesel.
12 September 2011Birmingham council has promised to evict self confessed racist Tina Freeman after she was caught on video screaming anti-African abuse by a nine year old child.
12 September 2011‘A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE AFRIKAN WORLD’
12 September 2011A drunken teenager was fined almost £1,000 after assaulting and racially abusing two African men at a live music event during the Tall Ships celebrations on 22nd July.
02 September 2011A police officer was jailed for 18 months after caught kicking an African in the head with as much force as used for playing football.
01 September 2011Toyin Agbetu shares his thoughts on the governments riot ‘victims’ inquiry and suggests that non-compliance with the rigged political process is the best way to ensure grass roots voices feed effective solutions.
29 August 2011Ligali has received a letter of appeal asking for community support to defend the respected community worker Bro Anthony James from a barrage of state attacks.
29 August 2011
28 August 2011‘A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE AFRIKAN WORLD’