black history month
As Black History Month comes to an end, we look at the lesser known political landmarks – from the first Black voter to the first Black peer.
It feels odd to be celebrating and championing Black strength when it feels like there’s nothing to celebrate – that's why I'm focusing on Black joy, writes Habiba Katsha.
Kemi Badenoch said teachers presenting white privilege as fact are breaking the law.
What people like Osime Brown need is community support, not criminalisation and deportation, writes Emma Dalmayne.
In this episode of ‘Black Voices HuffPost UK’ LGBTQ+ pioneers, issues around coming out and the unique experiences black people face are discussed. Host Yinka Bokinni is joined by UK Black Pride Co-Founder Lady Phyll, the BBC’s first ever LGBT correspondent Ben Hunte and Rob Berkeley, co-director of ‘BlackOut UK’, a not-for-profit for black gay, bi and/or trans men of African descent in the UK.
The chain's Luton and Dunstable branch did not box clever with this one.
We have to actively educate ourselves and talk with our friends about the history behind this music we all love, writes Kwabs.
Music of Black origin’s impact on British culture and its history is discussed in this episode of ‘Black Voices HuffPost UK’. Host Yinka Bokinni is joined by MC Rodney P, singer/songwriter Kwabs and Arike Oke from the Black Cultural Archives. ‘Black Voices HuffPost UK’ is a conversation about race, society and change in contemporary Britain and beyond.
‘Black Voices HuffPost UK’ is a conversation about race, society and change in contemporary Britain and beyond. In this episode, host Yinka Bokinni, singer/songwriter Jamelia, CBBC presenter Rhys Stephenson and Lavinya Stennett from The Black Curriculum discuss including more Black history in UK education.
“The family is understandably very proud of him, and it is reassuring and comforting to know that Nottingham City is too."