Posts Tagged: black

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Private schools move to accept more black students as pupils ‘living in wealthy cocoon’

Written By: Javier Espinoza  7/3/16 Private schools must accept more black students as leading private school heads say their pupils are “livin...
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British literature needs black and asian women – and not just as a trend

Written By: Saima Mir  28/1/16 It is not lack of talent that stops BAME writers becoming bestselling authors, it is lack of opportunity – but cash...
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First UK festival dedicated to black and minority-ethnic writers to debut next month

Written By: Alison Flood  13/1/16 Bare Lit in London will feature Jane Yeh, Selina Nwulu, Robin Yassin-Kassab and others, in response to ‘overwhel...
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UK Black Pride Founder, Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, Turns Down MBE Over LGBT Persecution In Commonwealth

Written By: Sarah Ann Harris  5/1/16 The founder of UK Black Pride has turned down an MBE from the 2016 New Year’s Honours List in protest of the p...
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The new Men in Black film is getting a Woman in Black

Written By: Natalie Jamieson 24/11/15 The upcoming reboot of Men in Black is throwing some gender equality into the mix. “There will be a promin...
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THE BLACK SOLDIER: FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM FIGHTING AGAINST OPPRESSION

On Monday we covered a special show on Ujima Radio to remember those who gave their lives for others.  Conflict has played a key role in the lives of...
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‘British Workplace Still Not Equal For Black Professionals’

Biggest survey into race in the labour market reveals black people are more likely to experience racism or bullying. Black employees are more ambitiou...
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Sir Lenny Henry to front black British theatre series

Actor and comedian Sir Lenny Henry is to present a 10-part radio documentary on the history of black British theatre and screen. Raising the Bar will ...
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Join in Black History Month celebrations in Peterborough

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Black Heritage Festival celebrates culture and diversity