December 4, 2019

Thanksgiving has just gone by and accompanying this US holiday is Native American Heritage month. Native Americans are quick to be associated with the past and a bygone way of living; a different world altogether from the USA we know today. Whilst communities and terri...

November 8, 2019

Image courtesy of Steve Bloom Photos

Currently, the Beaney Gallery is showcasing the photography of Steve Bloom as he captured the political climate of South Africa in the seventies. The photography exhibit will run until the 19th January and is free to enter, so I woul...

October 28, 2019

For a long time, the holy trinity – Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, and Maya Angelou – have dominated the literary field as black female writers. It is a rarity for authors to achieve mass recognition, but these women made it despite the barriers from the literary landsca...

October 15, 2019

 “They were killed trying to cross borders, because they were trying to get to a country to become safe.”

A fantastic blend of music, visual art, and storytelling depicting one person's journey through understandings of nationality, identity, and self-discovery. It was...

October 17, 2018

As some of you may or may not know October is Black History Month. Starting in 1987 the month-long event sees a nationwide celebration of the history, contribution and culture of black people. Any event which places a spotlight on the role minorities has played and con...

November 4, 2017

Black History Month at Kent has seen a celebration of culture and diversity; from MOBO Award-winning hip-hop artist, writer and historian Akala to an art exhibition entitled ‘Celebrating Kent’s Black Professors’. It has not stopped there, on 26 October the Kent African...

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