Social Commentary

Black Sci-Fi Short Stories

Ross brings together 20 classic and contemporary writers for this excellent primer on Black sci-fi writing, with stories ranging from the pensive to the action-packed. The thought-provoking foreword by Temi Oh, who also contributes the emotionally charged short story “Almost Too Good to Be True,” and scholarly but accessible introduction from Sandra M. Grayson, set …

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evewright: Tilbury bridge walkway of memories artwork vandalised

TILBURY BRIDGE WALKWAY OF MEMORIES ARTWORK VANDALISEDwww.evewrightarts.orgAll Images credit ; © EVEWRIGHT. Tilbury Bridge Walkway of Memories. All rights reserved 2021.Creating spaces for Black British Stories Tilbury Bridge Walkway of Memories – Artwork Vandalised Tilbury Bridge Walkway of Memories is an art and sound installation on display at Tilbury Port Essex. The installation takes over one of the …

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war inna babylon: the community’s struggle for truths and rights -Exhibition

Free exhibition entry with every ticket to the cinema or theatre. – click for more info. 7 July – 26 September 2021While War Inna Babylon was originally scheduled to open in May 2020 – the delay due to Covid-19 – has inadvertently made this the most timely exhibition it could possibly be. In light of events over …

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Spike lee makes history as cannes film festival 2021 jury president

UPDATED, March 16, 2021: After being announced as the jury president for the 73rd annual Cannes Film Festival back in January 2020, an event that was then cancelled in light of the growing coronavirus pandemic, Oscar-winning filmmaker Spike Lee will get his chance to preside over the storied festival. Cannes has today announced that Lee will now preside over the 74th …

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dr hadiyah nicole-green: the first person to treat cancer with lazer technology

Dr. Hadiyah Nicole Green, an assistant professor at Morehouse School of Medicine in the Physiology Department, has reportedly become the first person to successfully cure cancer in mice using laser-activated nanoparticles. According to Black Culture News, Dr. Green’s revolutionary and unique nanoparticle technology was found to cure cancer after testing on mice within 15 days …

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