Activism, Art, People, Skin Deep Meets

Skin Deep meets performance artist, theatre maker, poet and writer Travis Alabanza

What I long for is a place where we can opt-in or opt-out, choose to be invisible if want to, choose to be visible if we want to.
Skin Deep meets performance artist, theatre maker, poet and writer Travis Alabanza
Activism, Art, People

Sonic Transmissions: Cassie Kinoshi

Cassie shares her process, influences, politics and the narratives that she's are inspired to tell.
Sonic Transmissions: Cassie Kinoshi
Activism, Art, People

Diasporic Growing Pains & the Sudan Revolution

Amuna Wagner reflects on her evolving relationship with diaspora, transnational solidarity, and revolutionary upheaval.
Diasporic Growing Pains & the Sudan Revolution
Activism, Art, People, Policy, Skin Deep Meets

How do we map ‘invisible’ cities, and put the lived experiences of the residents at the heart?

Whenever I said that I was from Casablanca people would say ‘Oh, that’s so romantic!’ There is nothing romantic! Every image that exists in the collective imagination about this city comes from the Michael Curtis movie that was not even shot here!
How do we map ‘invisible’ cities, and put the lived experiences of the residents at the heart?
Activism, Art

Jay Bernard’s Surge, the process of documenting overlooked Black British history, and the struggles we are yet to overcome

Paying homage to the victims of the New Cross fire in 1981.
Jay Bernard’s Surge, the process of documenting overlooked Black British history, and the struggles we are yet to overcome
Activism, Art, People, Policy, Skin Deep Meets

Eugene Ankomah: an artist highlighting the problem of knife crime in the UK through collective community action

We need to talk honestly about the link between austerity and knife crime in the UK.
Eugene Ankomah: an artist highlighting the problem of knife crime in the UK through collective community action
Activism, Magazine, People

Skin Deep Futures

In looking to the future, Skin Deep platforms grassroots collectives that are working in different ways to uplift their communities.
Skin Deep Futures
Activism

Cultivating the everyday #BlackGirlMagic: The Year of the Rooster Monk at the Pleasance Theatre

Nkenna Akunna sits down with Giselle Gant and Nathalie Adlam to chat about The Year of the Rooster Monk at the Pleasance Theatre.
Cultivating the everyday #BlackGirlMagic: The Year of the Rooster Monk at the Pleasance Theatre
Activism

Issue 8: MOVEMENTS

Help us explore the lesser-known histories of black and brown activism, the movement of bodies to music and across borders, and what moves you and those around you. DEADLINE: 28th May 2018.
Issue 8: MOVEMENTS
Activism

Jollof Rice in an Underground Bunker

Because WWIII is inevitable, and in order to be prepared, we must learn the essentials: how to make jollof rice in dark and dire times.
Jollof Rice in an Underground Bunker
Activism

Decolonising Food: Recentering Traditional Foods in the Fight for Climate Justice

Challenging the ‘one size fits all’ attitude of the vegan movement in the West
Decolonising Food: Recentering Traditional Foods in the Fight for Climate Justice
Activism

The Journey Continues: Why ‘Akala’s Odyssey’ doesn’t go far enough

If we really want to see more POC rightfully engaging in the study of the Classical World, conversations need to be had in a language that people understand.
The Journey Continues: Why ‘Akala’s Odyssey’ doesn’t go far enough