Hello dear reader, 2016 is drawing to a close and it’s been memorable year to say the least, and whilst the increasing lean to the right across the West has been challenging, it has been encouraging to see the work, creativity and entrepreneurship of the Afro-European diaspora continue to produce
Poet and Blogger Yomi Sode has taken time out of his busy day job at a local London Authority to speak about his forthcoming ‘New African Dad’ panel discussion; part of the Southbank Centre’s Being A Man (BAM) Festival 2016. He joins me by phone, in a quiet corner of the office. He
100 years from now and, oh, how the tables have turned. Oliver (Edmund Wiseman) is a Brit seeking refuge in the economically-strong African Union (AU). Europeans have recently tried to re-invade Africa only to be met with even fiercer resistance than they anticipated. Caucasians now make up a large proportion
Generally speaking it takes a few years for a song to become an “Afropean Anthem”. Occasionally, however, new music appears that is so unquestionably good it is allowed to jump the queue. Enter “Grow” by South London’s United Vibrations, part of The myth of the golden ratio released February 2016.