A Pan African Human Rights Organisation challenging the misrepresentation of African people, culture and history in the British media.

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Play: Wole Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horseman

11 June 2009

Nigeria, 1943. The King is dead, and tonight his Horseman must escort him to the Ancestors.

Book: Again We’ll Rise

24 April 2009

Again We’ll Rise: A collection of quotations and statements is a guide to self knowledge and transformation. It is based on ancient history, to promote self knowledge, self acceptance and self belief.

Poetry: Snapshots of Science (Part Two)

12 April 2009

The second chapter in Amen Noir’s Snapshots of Science series opens with an introduction by Lez Henry taking the role of master of ceremonies and setting the tone for what is to come.

Book: Introduction to Neo-Colonialism

09 April 2009

Uncle Tom holds the reigns for Uncle Sam

Play: The Hounding of David Oluwale

25 March 2009

I’ve just came back from watching the superb play, The Hounding of David Oluwale based on the book by Kesper Aspden and I still find it difficult to talk let alone write about it. I’m not sure whether it’s because I feel uncomfortable about not knowing much about this tragic but important piece of history or am just angry that many of the issues that occurred several decades ago leading to the murder of an innocent man are still current issues affecting the descendants of African immigrants living in Britain today.

Book: Osiris Rising

14 January 2009

Osiris Rising, Armahs’s sixth novel, is structured after Africa’s oldest narrative, the Isis-Osiris myth cycle. It follows the journey of Ast, an African American scholar who travels to Africa in search for purpose and love and finds her home in a quiet community working to bring the continent’s people back together.

Book: Ritual

14 January 2009

In his book Ritual: Power, Healing and community, Malidoma Some explores the essential role ritual plays in maintaining community and examines common structures and themes relevant to all.

Book: The Phoenix

24 September 2008

Misrule in the Land of Nod

Music: Rassie Ai - Return to Life

24 September 2008

African Roots CD

Mag: Sable Issue 12 – Black British Perspective

25 July 2008

Exploring the notion of the “foreigness in Britishness” through the works of African British writers and their challenge of ‘urban’ identity.

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