By Jasmine Wing | @JasmineW_BN From 18th century poets to an African princess, portraits of Cambridge’s iconic black graduates will line the Royal Corridor of Cambridge University Library in a new show. “Black Cantabs: History […]
Nelson Mandela International Day (or Mandela Day) is an annual international day in honour of Nelson Mandela, celebrated each year on 18 July, Mandela’s birthday.
By Ella Thwaites | @ellathwaites_ Subedited by Jasmine Wing For almost 50 years the LGBT+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender+) community has united all over the world in June to celebrate Pride Month. During the late […]
The Milwaukee County Jail in the U.S. state of Wisconsin is introducing a policy in March that puts it on record that Milwaukee County is against mass incarceration. In Milwaukee, as in much of America, […]
By Jasmine Wing JAY-Z and Roc Nation are now investors in a new app that’s aiming to reduce the incarceration rates across the United States. The app, which is called Promise, was co-founded by Prince’s […]
By Jasmine Wing The Equal Justice Initiative grand opening of The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration in Montgomery, Alabama on 26th April. An opening ceremony […]
By Habiba Iqbal February 2018 is the 14th LGBT history month here in the UK and many places have taken to promoting LGBT visibility by hanging out a dazzling rainbow spectrum of light-loud and proud. […]
By Hannah Odonkor Subedited by Jasmine Wing #ReadingBlack The movement set up by the African American literature book club. Founded in 1997 by Troy D Johnson, The African American literature book club is the largest […]