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Creative Goddesses from the African Diaspora- Turn Your Passion into an Income

Inviting all Creatives to Participate in The Creative Goddess Online Summit If you have a special gift, a talent, flair for all things creative and you want to share it with the world and make a difference Register here for the Online summit Creative Goddesses from the African Diaspora: Unleash your Creative Powers and Turn […]

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The 14th London African Music Festival Opens Friday 16th Sept

  It’s another full programme at the 14th Edition of the London African Music Festival. This year’s festival opens with a masterful performance by keyboard player DELE SOSIMI leading his 15-piece Afrobeat Orchestra. Homegrown UK performances are from SALLY NYOLO and DJELI MOUSSA DIAWARA in a unique collaboration playing two ancient African harps, one of

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Shiloh PR delivers its highly successful DIY PR session in London

  Hot on the heels of a very successful training course in Nigeria and ahead of a planned series of further training sessions across the continent, Shiloh PR is again delivering its highly successful DIY PR session in London.  This time, we’ve stepped up a notch and have taken the, now ‘Masterclass’, into the heart

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Bringing Black History to Life through the Medway African and Caribbean Association Heritage Project.

Medway African and Caribbean Association ( MACA) has received £67,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting and innovative project called  “Black History Live”  taking place across Kent and Medway. Led by volunteers from the local community, the project focuses on the history and legacy of African and Caribbean People across Kent and

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Christine Locke, Founder of Diversity House Speaks Out Against Alienated Societies

Committing her Life to  Building Bridges and Communities in Kent   “A country that appreciates diversity will always progress,” says Christine Locke, the founder and CEO of Diversity House, the charity she set up in Sittingbourne, Kent to tackle the rising concerns the community was facing after an influx of people from the ethnic minorities

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Women and Ethnic Minority Businesses contribute £25-32 billion to UK Economy

Growth and Diversity: Meeting needs, seizing opportunities According to a new paper published by the Diversity and Inclusion Business Council (DIBC) last month women and ethnic minority led businesses are still not making the grade in terms of their performance against other groups in the UK. Yet the story is not all gloom as they

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Clariscia Gill Couture Unveils the Secrets of the Fashion Industry

Interview by JD Douglas It’s not often that I interview somebody for whom I have great admiration but know nothing about. On the wall I see a picture of the Queen receiving my subject but first let me introduce her. My name is Clariscia Gill Tell me what you do exactly and what’s your profession?

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Sophia Jackson – Promoting theatre with an ‘Afridiziak’

    SOPHIA JACKSON started Afridiziak News in 2008. In this no holds bar audio interview she speaks of the inevitable struggle of getting noticed and acceptance in the ruthless world of Theatre Marketing. Through sheer persistence and staying power Sophia  now runs one of the leading marketing companies for Diversity Theatre Productions.  She gives

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Reima Baker – Opening Doors for Actors with ‘Break A Leg’ Theatre Agency

REIMA BAKER worked professionally as a banker for many years at Lloyds Bank in the international currency department. Looking for a change of career she tried working with young actors at the Anna Scher Drama School. In this audio interview she talks of how she changed career midway to becoming one of the leading Black Female

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