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
People

Archiving the Women Who Made Me Possible (after Sitawa Namwalie and Aleya Kassam)

In an ode to womanhood, spanning different faiths and cultures, Amuna Wagner explores what she inherits from her Aunts and what she leaves behind.
Archiving the Women Who Made Me Possible (after Sitawa Namwalie and Aleya Kassam)
Activism, Art, Skin Deep Meets

Skin Deep Meets: In My Blood It Runs

Juvenile justice, Black Lives Matter and First Nations education in Australia — we talk to the filmmakers behind feature doc In My Blood It Runs
Skin Deep Meets: In My Blood It Runs
Art

Maya Campbell: Museums are colonial, carceral spaces. Masks do not belong there.

Artist Maya Campbell activates the spiritual life of masks in her work, liberating them from the colonial and carceral legacy of the museum
Maya Campbell: Museums are colonial, carceral spaces. Masks do not belong there.
People

Black Pain As Entertainment

Oluwatayo Adewole interrogates the centuries long history of Black suffering as a spectacle.
Black Pain As Entertainment
People

Ode to Bucket Baths

Mugabi Byenkya meditates on the comfort of bucket baths, and how an accessible DIY bucket bath helped him regain control of his body.
Ode to Bucket Baths
Skin Deep Meets

Skin Deep Meets: Black Fly Zine

Oliver Taylor talks to Black Fly Zine about opening up conversations on sexual health, shame and the reclaiming of sexual joy in Black and POC communities.
Skin Deep Meets: Black Fly Zine
People

Black Skin, White Shirts

Matthew Gomes explores the connotations of clothing and wrestles with the second self that wears his crisp, white shirt.
Black Skin, White Shirts
Activism, People

‘Embrace your vulnerability’ –– How Black disabled workers navigate money, productivity and care

An illustrated discussion of work and care between two Black, disabled, neurodivergent, and chronically ill workers in England's North East.
‘Embrace your vulnerability’ –– How Black disabled workers navigate money, productivity and care
People

‘We hid our symptoms’ –– Surviving a pandemic in prison

One morning in March 2020, the doors to Michael J Moore’s cell did not open as usual. A guard had tested positive for Covid-19.
‘We hid our symptoms’ –– Surviving a pandemic in prison
Art, People, Skin Deep Meets

Skin Deep Meets Merissa Hylton

Alyssa Jaffer chats with artist Merissa Hylton about lineage, lockdown, affirmation, and how Hylton's work explores her identities as a Black disabled woman.
Skin Deep Meets Merissa Hylton
Activism

No police, no pollution: A vision for Black liberation in the UK

For BLMUK's Alexandra Wanjiku Kelbert, abolition and climate justice are part of the same vision for Black liberation
No police, no pollution: A vision for Black liberation in the UK
Art, People, Skin Deep Meets

Skin Deep Meets Hassan Hajjaj

Melissa Chemam speaks to artist Hassan Hajjaj about his exhibition 'The Path' at the Arnolfini Gallery in Bristol.
Skin Deep Meets Hassan Hajjaj