Revealed . . . the best dressed theme for our summer picnic. Get into it! Come and do it in the park with us on 31st July Continue reading EVENT: BLKOUTSIDE – SUMMER PICNIC 31 JULY
50 Years of Gay Pride matched by 50 years of failure among movements for racial justice in the UK to see that none of us are free until we are all free Continue reading Long Read: Counted As Warriors?
In small ways and large, we can do different than society tells us – especially when society fails us with a depressing regularity. Applying a radical imagination to our situation means being willing to change what may appear to be insignificant in practice; rejecting them because they reinforce systems that we intend to dismantle Continue reading EVENT: HARD PRESSED PANEL @ BRUNCH: POWER EDITION
At Black Men Who Brunch in April, we celebrated the arrival of Spring by adopting the theme of ‘Love’ as inspiration for our discussions and activities. Listen in to the powerful discussion from the #HardPressed panellists, and check out the Love Many Ways playlist Continue reading LISTEN: LOVE MANY WAYS/HARD PRESSED
After what has been a(nother) challenging week for social justice in the UK, it is a pleasure to be able to share with you some exciting, good news. A get away Those of you who have been able to resist the lure of foreign travel today, if you are anything like me, will be largely relieved not to have had to run the gauntlet of … Continue reading EVENT: GET AWAY, TAKE UP SPACE & EXPRESS YOURSELF
This month, we’re heading back to the theatre. Join us.
Theatre can be extractive or enriching, when all the world’s a stage, who gets to be a player matters. Continue reading THEATRE: EXITS AND ENTRANCES
We are delighted to be welcoming the team behind BAFTA nominated short film, The Black Cop, to Black Men Who Brunch. Here’s your chance to ask them a question, in advance Continue reading EVENT: POSE A QUESTION TO ‘THE BLACK COP’ TEAM @ BRUNCH
Making Black LGBTQ futures this LGBTQ History Month Continue reading EVENT: BLACK MEN WHO BRUNCH 8 – FUTURE HISTORY SUNDAY 27 FEB
Be part of the solution; Join the kinfolk, board or bring your group to the BLKOUTHUB – find out how Continue reading APPLY: JOIN US, MAKING SPACE FOR US
The future of BLKOUT_UK Consultation opens NYD and lasts all of January. Here’s your chance to show us how Black queer men can continue #makingspaceforus Continue reading LONG READ: A DREAM NO LONGER ON MUTE
BLKOUTUK marks 2021 #JosephBeamDay with a special edition of Hard Pressed and an open call to Black Queer Men to share their views Continue reading READ: THE DIFFERENCE A DAY MAKES
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