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In this provocative discussion paper, Rob Berkeley argues that a too-simplistic definition of community as ‘place’ or neighbourhood serves to perpetuate exclusion and inequality for minority communities – including Black queer men Continue reading Long Read: Out of Place, Again?
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?
Iggy Pop, remarking on his early Michigan days in The Stooges circa 1967, suggested American bands could not get arrested at home until the so-called British invasion happened. As Iggy put it, The endorsement of indigenous African American music(s) – … Continue reading Long Read: “Who are these Grace Jones looking chicks?” Black Panther: a review
Nina Simone, a paragon of wokeness, whose personal and professional life suffered due to her dedication to calling out the racism black people faced, offered a collage of black female experiences – the Four Women – whose very existence, voices … Continue reading Long read: Four Wo(ke)men