READ: Kehinde “He does some dope s***” Wiley at the National

Art must discover and reveal the beauty which prejudice and caricature have overlaid Alain Leroy Locke On December 10th, 2021, Kehinde Wiley’s latest exhibition, The Prelude, will open at the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square. For him it will be an unveiling of a new step in his artistic journey as the artist, best known for his portraiture (in particular the 2018 Presidential portrait of … Continue reading READ: Kehinde “He does some dope s***” Wiley at the National

EVENT: Sleigh all day @ December Virtual Brunch – Mon 27 Dec

Make the yuletide gay! (Hugh Martin) There is greater uncertainty about what it will be possible to do together over the end of year holiday period due to the latest twists in managing COVID-19 and its variants. At the same time there is more and more evidence that we both want and need to find ways to stay connected to each other. Approaching two years … Continue reading EVENT: Sleigh all day @ December Virtual Brunch – Mon 27 Dec

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Read: CLIMATE & RACIAL JUSTICE REQUIRE AN END TO GASLIGHTING

One of the many lessons we can take from the past couple of years is how we begin to deal with the persistent gap between the rhetoric about racism and the reality of persistent racist practice that leads to worse outcomes for Black people. Whatever the gap, Black Lives STILL matter Continue reading Read: CLIMATE & RACIAL JUSTICE REQUIRE AN END TO GASLIGHTING

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LISTEN: PEARL’S MIXTAPE STORIES 1 – YOUNG LLOYD

We’re collating a mixtape with a song for each year since Pearl’s dooors closed in 1981 that filled dancefloors on London’s Black queer scene. ‘Mixtape Stories’ hears directly from community members about the tunes that they remember, and the memories they evoke. Continue reading LISTEN: PEARL’S MIXTAPE STORIES 1 – YOUNG LLOYD