Miranda Brawn Becomes Patron Of Black Cultural Archives

Black Cultural Archives’ Vice-Chair Miranda Brawn steps up to become a Patron of the UK’s Black heritage centre MIRANDA BRAWN has taken on more responsibility in addition to her current role at the Black Cultural Archives (BCA), based in Brixton south London. Brawn is currently Vice-Chair on the Board of BCA and will continue to support the sustainability of the … Read More

My Life Story – Joanne Monck

David Nigel Vincent Monck was born in June 1955, in Rugby Warwickshire, the first of two sons born to Anne Josephine and Peter. With blonde hair and blue eyes he was a healthy bonny boy. However he did not realise so young in life that he was about to start a battle. A battle that would last for the next … Read More

Ju Gosling: ‘Support for disability arts is essential’

Having trained as a dancer, Ju Gosling works across performance and digital arts. She tells Georgia Snow about running disability arts festival Together!, set up after London 2012… Describe the role of the Together! Festival… The festival ties in with UK Disability History Month, a national project that’s been going for seven years. We’ve been running a festival alongside it … Read More

Strength, Power & Consistency

A blog piece written by Efe Ezekiel – Shortlisted Nominee for The Entrepreneur of Excellence Award for Race at The National Diversity Awards 2012. My beautiful girls that I mentor all over the country are all obsessed with the perfection of themselves. I teach that perfection of self is in the now but that is sometimes a bit much for both … Read More

Black, female and proud: lawyer is praised by Theresa May

A black female campaigner for equality in the legal industry has been praised by Theresa May. As the most senior black female lawyer in her field, Funke Abimbola 43 from St Albans has been named a Point of Light by the Prime Minister for her work. Ms Abimbola has spoken to Parliament, the Law Society and countless conferences about diversity … Read More