05 October 2015A different perspective on the Afrikan world.
01 October 2015A campaign stating “Reverend Stephen Poole Must Go” has been launched following the ministers savage attack on a supplementary school that has been hosted by the church since 1981
21 September 2015A different perspective on the Afrikan world
19 September 2015Kwame Opoku explores Dr. James Cuno argument that cultural artefacts are best protected by being shared amongst western museums
07 September 2015A different perspective on the Afrikan world
02 August 2015The annual reparations march from Brixton to Parliament on 1 August 2015 received a surprise boost as an extra thousand plus supporters joined in solidarity with the call for reparatory justice.
26 July 2015Reparations 2015: Victims of colonial atrocities in Africa are denied justice after the CPS decide against prosecuting British military suspects involved in Maafa war crimes.
23 July 2015‘Looking For love‘ a frank, humorous exploration of relationships by director Menelik Shabazz will be in Cinemas 21st August 2015
20 July 2015A Different Perspective on the Afrikan world
17 July 2015The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) is praised for hosting its 1st Education for Reparations weekend at the Bob Crow Training Centre, Doncaster held on 10th - 12th July 2015.
06 July 2015The 100 Mothers Movement launch a campaign calling for a STOP to the violation, killing and systematic destruction of people of African Descent.
12 June 2015The Reasoning Think Tank™ announced the launch of its new website www.Reason4Action.com and weekly internet radio show called \"The Reasoning Show\"
25 May 2015Afrakan Queen Mothers Speak on Afrakan Unity, Liberation, Reparations & Respect
May 25, 2015—African Liberation Day
18 May 2015A Different Perspective on the Afrikan world
09 March 2015A Different Perspective on the Afrikan world
26 January 2015A different perspective on the Afrikan World
20 January 2015“Suicide in Prison - The Abandonment of Hope and the Death of Aspiration” is Professor Gus John’s written submission to the BMH UK Parliamentary Round Table on the Harris Review into ‘self-inflicted’ deaths of 18-24 year olds young in prison.
07 January 2015Royal Dutch Shell Company has agreed to a 55 million pound pay-out in settlement for two oil spills that occurred in Nigeria during 2008.
06 January 2015A young person was disrespected by a British police officer making an Ebola insult during a stop and search encounter.
06 January 2015The horrors of the Ebola crisis in parts of West Africa was brought home at a fundraising dinner organised by voluntary organisations BTWSC and African Histories Revisited in aid of Medecins Sans Frontieres UK (MSF).
05 January 2015The noted scholar Dr Hakim Adi became the latest of an extremely short list of African British academics to become recognised as a professor.
05 January 2015University College London signs up to progressive work on dismantling racist inequality in higher education with innovative launch of #DTMH project
04 January 201565-year-old says he no longer feels safe in his home after it was attacked with a paint bomb in anti-African hate crime.
02 January 201535 people have been killed and over 100 women seized in an attack on Gumsuri in the Borno state, Nigeria. Women and children were gathered and taken away in trucks after the village was set alight with petrol bombs
23 December 2014Kwaku Opuko explains how the wilful dispersal of disputed cultural objects in museums have become used as a defence strategy against repatriation.
08 December 2014RE:IMI Follow-up Open Letter Re: Band Aid 30 And The Wider Issues
30 November 2014The Paris opening of the racist ‘Exhibit B’ installation was cancelled after protestors successfully demonstrated outside the Gérard Philippe theatre.
17 November 2014A Different Perspective on the Afrikan World
17 November 2014Kwame Opoku reflects on the latest controversial defence of the Parthenon Marbles retention by British Museum director, Neil MacGregor.
16 November 2014RE:IMI (Race Equality: In Music Industry) publishes an open letter to Band Aid 30 organiser Bob Geldof, regarding the marginalisation of the African British voice in recent Ebola charity single
11 November 2014The Nubian Jak Community Trust successfully organises a historic unveiling of war memorial in honour of the African men and women in British military campaigns during World War 1 & 2
03 November 2014A Different Perspective on the Afrikan World
03 October 2014Opinion: 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.
28 September 2014Norman Otis Richmond (aka Jalali) Reflects on the 70th Anniversary of the Late Milton Blakes’ Birth. (First published in African Canadian publication - Pride)
22 September 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
08 September 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
21 August 2014The BFI Southbank are set to launch Author Nadia Denton’s Nigerian Filmmaker’s Guide to Success: Beyond Nollywood, a ground breaking reference manual about Africa’s most dynamic film industry.
21 August 2014Channel 4 and the BBC defend their decision to deliberately exclude historic BCA launch & Reparations March from the news agenda. Both media institutions are public funded broadcasters with a duty to represent minority audiences & alternative viewpoints.
20 August 2014A petition organised by Sister Sar’z Myers calling for the public to #boycotthumanzoo has been launched following the decision of the Barbican to support and profit from “Edinburgh’s most controversial Show Exhibit B- The Human Show”.
04 August 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
04 August 2014Following the historic London Reparations March from Brixton to 10 Downing Street organised by the Rastafari Movement in Britain on 1st August 2014, the PASCF states The Capitalists, the Working Class and the Trade Union Movement all owe
01 August 2014A historic Reparations March (1st August 2014) organised by the Rastafari Movement (UK) bring London streets to a standstill as thousands walk from Brixton to Westminster during African Remembrance Month
18 July 2014Norman (Otis) Richmond aka Jalali reflects on the life of Bobby Womack (First Printed in Toronto\'s PRIDE newspaper)
04 July 2014When I read the news that the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, was returning 8 looted antiquities to Nigeria, I could not believe my eyes or the title of the article until I read the full report and was convinced that it was genuine.(2)
02 July 2014Writer Rafa calls for solidarity with the refugees in Berlin-Kreuzberg and explains why challenging the real face behind the smiles of (local) politicians requires solidarity with the refugee movement worldwide.
20 June 2014Sabamya Jaugu shares a tribute honoring Elombe Brath for his half a century of relentless dedication fighting for justice and humanity on behalf of the Global African Communities.
16 June 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
03 June 20141980s/90s band Soul II Soul proves to be Britain’s favourite African music act according to poll revealed at launch of British Black Music Month
02 June 2014A different perspective on the Afrikan world
20 May 2014This year, British Black Music Month (BBMM), the annual BritishBlackMusic.com/Black Music Congress (BBM/BMC) initiative, launches as part of Harrow Mayor Cllr Nana Asante’s Community Open Day on May 31 at the Harrow Civic Centre.