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21st October 2021 in Black History Month Special, Opinions

Did Anti-Slavery Pioneer Olaudah Equiano Visit Hull?

By Nathan Honest One of the key figures in galvanising support for the abolitionist movement in late 18th century Britain was freed slave, Olaudah Equiano. Born in what is now…
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21st October 2021 in Black History Month Special, Sport

Lewis Hamilton’s Race for Diversity in Motorsport

By Hannah Bowater Whilst his battle for this years Formula 1 Driver’s Championship is still ongoing, this year Sir Lewis Hamilton has been fighting his most important battle off the…
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21st October 2021 in Arts & Culture, Black History Month Special

The Mother of Notting Hill Carnival: Claudia Jones

By Gemma Curry Feminist, Journalist, Communist, Anti-racist, Black Nationalist, Pioneer. Born in Trinidad, growing up in New York and eventually finding asylum in England after being deported; Claudia Jones carried…
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21st October 2021 in Black History Month Special, Opinions

The Windrush Generation

By Amber Wiles Over the last few years, the word Windrush has often been found alongside the word scandal. The Windrush scandal was one of the greatest failures by the…
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20th October 2021 in Arts & Culture, Black History Month Special, LGBTQ+ History Month

Remembering Michael Kenneth Williams (1966-2021)

By Hannah Claridge I was scrolling through social media when, when much to my surprise I saw a post saying Michael Kenneth Williams had died. My shock was because he…
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20th October 2021 in Arts & Culture, Black History Month Special, Film & Television

Directing Change: The Black Filmmakers Currently Making History

By Gemma Curry Hollywood has had a maverick of black filmmakers throughout history, from Sidney Poitier to Spike Lee, who have broken the mould for others to follow. However, the…
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