In 2003 when Lius was subject to a vicious homophobic attack in a London street, he thought he might die. Very much alive, for Pride2019 he responds; with beauty – Orange File Continue reading view: Orange File
We’re pleased to be working with The Conduit to invite the Beyond team and BlackOut friends to cross Regent’s Street to The Conduit’s Speakeasy and (with support from our Pride Parade partners budpride.co.uk)raise a glass to heroes in our midst. Continue reading event: always a black issue
Join the first BlackOut Collective. Take a leading role in making a difference to the lives of Black Queer men in the UK Continue reading Apply: The BlackOut Collective
Black queer men creating the new; shared spaces for shared futures BlackOut disrupts stubborn patterns of social marginalisation, exclusion, and precarity by creating a beacon media brand, digital platform and collaboration hub that connects Black Gay/Bi/Trans/Queer men to each other … Continue reading BlackOut: what’s the big idea?
Black queer men, get your thinking caps on, get drawing, and submit your t-shirt design to email@example.com as a digital image (photo, scanned drawing, graphic) by noon Fri 31st May Continue reading Create: Design BlackOut’s Pride 2019 T-shirt and win!!
Each month, Rated lists our favourites: the must-sees, must-be-seen-ats, have-you-reads, ins and outs, and up and downs for your diaries March 2019 Something . . . Or go check out the semi-final games in the London Unity League Cup on … Continue reading Rated: March 2019
In the latest instalment of BlackOut’s Speechless series, Antoine Rogers reflects on the posthumous outing of Luther Vandross, the complexities of disclosure for Black men and the nature of allyship #Speechless Continue reading Watch: #Speechless No.6 – Patti, Luther and the end of ambiguity
When BlackOut asked me to give the inaugural Berto Pasuka Lecture this Friday (15th Feb) I couldn’t say no! Continue reading Read: Excited, Nervous, yet Proud
This LGBT History Month we decided that it was high time to identify and celebrate more of the Black Queer people who have made a difference in the UK. We came across the life story of Berto Pasuka and we were hooked. Continue reading Read: Pasuka who? Black, Queer, British and visible
Feb 2019 Each month on Rated we list our favourites: must-sees, must-be seen at, have-you-reads, ins and outs and up and downs for the coming month Continue reading Rated: Feb 2019
We see you. Thanks for helping us to see us. Continue reading WATCH: Seen on screen
Sunday’s performance of B, as part of the And What Queer Arts Festival, moved some of the capacity audience at Rich Mix to tears Continue reading It’s time to B