James Barnor: Ever Young in a Box of His-story

On a visit to James Barnor's home, I was treated to a history lesson of Ghanaian and British culture dating back to the 50's when the 86yr "Ever Young" photographer began his career and became Gold Coast's first newspaper photographer and later on the first to introduce colour processing to newly Independent Ghana. James Barnor shared... Continue Reading →

#TheRaceIsOver: Let’s Talk About Racial Discrimination – Haiti/Dominican Republic MOSCTHA

https://youtu.be/6AmnH2BJ9JY Interview with Socio-Cultural Movement for Haitian Workers (MOSCTHA) human rights lawyer Genaro Rincón (Spanish), with proposal writer and translator Zahid Alan Perez. #TheRaceIsOver is  a series of interviews on the topic of racial equality. An open forum allowing a safe space to discuss delicate subjects revolved around race. Let's start talking about it. #BlackHistoryMonthUK

Hanging with Afro-Italians in NYC!

Fred Kuwornu has started a movement, perhaps without even intending to. But then again, that's to be expected of the Italian-Ghanaian filmmaker and activist whose films 18 IUS SOLI and Inside Buffalo, examine issues of race, ethnicity, and national identity in Italy's contemporary multi-cultural setting. What the filmmaker of Blaxploitalian; his latest documentary film to be... Continue Reading →

BROWN Soul / Seoul

https://vimeo.com/56745606 Hip-hop, R&B, Dancehall, and Funk in Seoul, South Korea. Get there: Hapjeong Station 합정역 (Line 2, 6), Exit 5 Check out blog posts coming next: "Brown Seoul: Hip-Hop culture in South Korea’s capital" interview with Brown part-owner and Hip-Hop dancer, DJ Locksoul "Seoul Nights: from Whiskey Sours at B28 to Hip-Hop at Brown" My weekend... Continue Reading →

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