WHEN: Wednesday, 11 November 2015 from 18:30 to 20:30 (GMT) – Add to Calendar WHERE: 88 Fleet Street London EC4Y 1DH GB – View Map Through an engaging discussion with a dynamic panel, we will be exploring whether black feminist academic literature has a role in the feminist agenda of black women. If yes, how is literature used and are there ways to increase engagement or does the content need a change of direction? If
We are delighted to announce the inaugural Black Girl Sunday social. Our theme for October is IDENTITY, which is particularly relevant as it is Black History Month in the UK. Join us at Common House on Sunday 11th October 2015 for I Am Your Sister: Black Women Organising Across Identities. Inspired by the renowned Black lesbian feminist poet, Audre Lorde, we would love to host a group of Black women in the UK to discuss our various identities and the roles they play
Date: 24 April 2015 Time: 6:30 PM Finishes: 24 April 2015 Time: 9:00 PM Venue: SOAS, Russell Square: Khalili Lecture Theatre Type of Event: Film Screening of Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years followed by a panel discussion with film maker and friend of Audre Lorde Dr. Dagmar Schultz, Dr. Marion Kraft who is featured in the film, and Ella Achola, founder and editor of the Ain’t I a Woman Collective.
We are officially launching! Join us at Housman’s radical booksellers for a night of spoken word and music, raffle and drinks! Confirmed acts: ASABI HAWAH (HOST) Asabi hails from the east end of London and splits her time between singing vocals in the 12 piece Afro-Latin Funk band 7Suns, the acoustic Hip-Hop/Reggae band You&Me and her solo material. Having been moved by the emotions in music she grew up