Diverse Voices

The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation Launches International Healthcare Scholarship in the Caribbean

Since its launch in 2016 The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation (TMBDLF) has impacted various professions globally. The latest  profession to receive the TMBDLF international support is the medical field, in the form of a scholarship for the Caribbean to help the next generation of leaders. On Monday, 27th May 2024, the Foundation launched a […]

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“Don’t Let Them Stop You! – It’s Personal.” Author Angela R Morris Urges Readers to Take Charge

Croydon born Angela is a fresh voice in the world of self-help literature.  Her first book, “Don’t Let Them Stop You! – It’s Personal” is a no holds barred book, (now available on Amazon) which encourages readers to dismiss the influence of others over their life and take charge of their decisions. In a culture which is often shaped

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The Conference on ‘The Legacy of People of Nigerian Descent in Britain.’

  IROKO Theatre Company is excited to announce that you can book tickets for the Conference on ‘The Legacy of People of Nigerian Descent in Britain’. As part of the ‘Home from Home’ project, the event will feature a host of engaging speakers from the African diaspora who are experts in history, art, music and

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Young Black and Mixed Heritage Artists Contemplate Climate Change through the Reframe Residency Exhibition at Southbank

By Flora Masika Reframe: The Residency Exhibition showcased the work of young Black and Mixed Heritage artists and their response to the climate crisis.The initiative was part of the Planet Summer season which ran from June – August 2023 at the Southbank Centre in London. The project set the record straight on the confusion that

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Climate Activist Mikaela Loach introduces ‘‘It’s Not That Radical,’ at Southbank Centre, London

Preview by Flora Masika As part of the Planet Summer season at the Southbank, climate justice activist Mikaela Loach joins Kelechi Okafor in discussion about her debut book, ‘It’s Not That Radical.’  Attempting to demystify the current environmental climate, with all the uncomfortable truths and legitimate tools to help slow climate change. This book acts

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A Surprise Performance by Burlesque Dancer, Ms Indigo Delight at Maidstone Pride Festival

Ms Indigo Delight (aka Emily Bly), is an Aylesford based dance instructor and burlesque artist, who is celebrating Pride Month by putting on a surprise performance in Maidstone town centre in Kent, on Sunday 24th June 2023 with her dance troupe. Being a newly independent dance instructor and burlesque artist, she is celebrating Pride Month

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Windrush Caribbean Film Festival Opens in UK Cities from 6th June – 30th 2023

Windrush Caribbean Film Festival – 75 Years of Black Cinema and beyond with the support of the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery.   Organisers of the Windrush Caribbean Film Festival have announced that the cities of Bristol, Birmingham, Newport, Southampton and London will co-host the summer event which opens on June 6 in

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The Southbank Centre Announces Emerging Black Artists for Pioneering Talent Development Programme.

The Southbank Centre announces the first cohort of Black artists to engage on its pioneering development programme, REFRAME: The Residency is supported by Apple with partners Factory International in Manchester, Birmingham City University’s STEAMhouse and Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) in Birmingham.  The free programme supports Black and Black Mixed Heritage creatives in London, Manchester and

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An Evening with Edward Enninful at the Royal Festival Hall, SouthBank Centre, London, 4th September 2022

  Edward Enninful is in discussion with Michaela Coel about his memoir A Visible Man  at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall on 4 September. Tickets from £35. Southbankcentre.co.uk By Fadhila Kambona You and I love Edward Enninful, the award-winning, first black Editor- in-Chief of British Vogue, the European Editorial Director of Condé Nast and

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