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Black Cultural Archives meets Author Nels Abbey Nels Abbey discusses why he launched his debut book, Think Like A White Man, at BCA and it was important for BCA to be a part of this moment in his career
Video credit: Adenike Oke
The Expectations Exhibition 2018 Trailer On display from 7th August until 28th September 2018
Come and experience the first ever photography exhibition 'takeover' at the Black Cultural Archives using photographs taken by Neil Kenlock.
Known for his captivating work focusing on key moments in post ...
BBC Africa explores Black Cultural Archives' new exhibition Family Ties Family Ties - The Adamah Papers
On display now at Black Cultural Archives
Family Ties exhibition is an intimate presentation of a British-Ghanaian family’s rich heritage and traditions that have been delicately preserved. Follow the Adamah family’s personal journey to ...
Director Allen Hughes Interview on 'The Defiant Ones', Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine We interviewed the director Allen Hughes known for co-directing work such as Book of Eli, Menace II Society and directing the recent four part documentary series 'The Defiant Ones' which is premiering on @NetflixUK
Interviewed by: Monique Baptise-Brown & Munira ...
Rodney P on Black Sound Black Sound
MUST END 17 FEBRUARY 2018
Black British music’s journey of creative independence
Black Sound tells the story of 100 years of musical creativity and DIY ingenuity. Overcoming the majority status quo of the music industry, Black British music ...
Vinyl Rhythms at Black Cultural Archives Memories, memories... Black Cultural Archives asked audiences to bring in their favourite reggae and rocksteady vinyl records and take part in the ultimate listening party celebrating the most iconic and classic vibes of this era.
An evening hosted by Sugar ...
Remembering Darcus Howe: The RT. Hon. Lord Paul Boateng, Member of House of Lords ‘…incredible mixture of politics and culture grounded in a strong sense of his identity.’ The RT. Hon. Lord Paul Boateng, Member of House of Lords
On Saturday 1 April 2017, Black rights and leading anti-racist activist, Darcus Howe (1943-2017) passed ...
Remembering Darcus Howe: Adam Elliot-Cooper, Associate Editor of Ceasefire Magazine “...able to defend himself in the heat of justice… and to think internationally about the struggle.” Adam Elliot-Cooper, Associate Editor of Ceasefire Magazine
On Saturday 1 April 2017, Black rights and leading anti-racist activist, Darcus Howe (1943-2017) passed away. Following the ...
Remembering Darcus Howe: Patrick Vernon, Social Commentator and Political Activist “…the legacy of challenge…he had a clear strategy and he took no prisoners. He was able to articulate his passion for social justice.” Patrick Vernon, Social Commentator and Political Activist
On Saturday 1 April 2017, Black rights and leading anti-racist ...
Remembering Darcus Howe: Neil Kenlock, Photographer and Member of Black British Panthers ‘…he was always full of inspiration…he wanted the world to look right for Black people.” Neil Kenlock, Photographer and Member of Black British Panthers
On Saturday 1 April 2017, Black rights and leading anti-racist activist, Darcus Howe (1943-2017) passed away. ...

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