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[T-Shirt Tuesdays] Personal Advisory: Inspired by Hip Hop’s ‘Golden Age’

27th August 2013 |

Described as ‘culturally expressive apparel’ Personal Advisory is the brainchild of Atlanta native N’nambi Arinze. With a background in design/brand development, Arinze plans to expand both the product range and establish a flagship store in Atlanta this year.

Speaking about … Read More

[Event] Social Media Week London: The Power of the Digital Diaspora – September 26th at KweekWeek HQ

16th August 2013 |

If you attended the event we held with the lovely ladies at Parlour last year you’ll be as excited as we are to be collaborating with them and also Tam + Sam who were guest bloggers on our site to … Read More

[Iamthenublk] Fola Buck & Mundia Situmbeko of Black Girl Flow: Discovering talents, Inspiring hearts, Engaging minds

6th August 2012 |

Introduce yourself When we (Mundia and Fola) met through a mutual friend back in 2008, neither of us knew that we would become Blackgirlflow; it’s our space to celebrate all things good coming out of Africa and the Diaspora. We … Read More

[exhibition] Franklyn Rodgers: The Elders

8th June 2011 |

The Elders: Franklyn Rodgers’ project The Elders is a community history project that uses photography, digital media and social networks to document the first generation of West Indians who settled in Britain in the early 1960s and their connection to … Read More

iamthenublack: Antonio Guzman

15th November 2010 |

Introduce yourself

My name is Antonio Jose Guzman, Afro Latin American Dutch Panamanian audiovisual artist; photographer and documentary filmmaker based in Amsterdam the Netherlands.

Creative Director and founder of the State of L3 Pan African Contemporary Arts & Film … Read More

thenublack ♥s okayafrica

11th August 2010 |

okayplayer’s new cultural guide to all that’s hot and jumping in the new African renaissance – from the highlands of Kenya to the streets of Freetown, from ghettos of Soweto to the Mali sands – if it’s African (or referencing … Read More

thenublack ♥s Shadow & Act

15th December 2009 |

This is one of those ‘where have you been all of my life’ blogs. Shadow & Act is like the ASOS of media blogs covering matter of the African Diaspora, and only the Lord knows how much I love ASOS, … Read More

The London African Film Festival

16th November 2009 |

The London African Film Festival A unique and entertaining insight into the world of African Cinema.

The London African Film Festival, from November 26-December 3, … Read More

From brain to blog

13th September 2008 |

the idea

I’m constantly stumbling across a lot of talent young black people, whether it be at events, through myspace or links friends send me, and no matter what it is that they do I’m also inspired by it.

The … Read More