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1 month ago

Another great interview done!

We were excited to interview the imminent poet and writer Claudia Rankine, last friday with thanks to Bristol Festival of Ideas.
As if that wasn't enough we also got ... See more

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1 month ago
Jam for Dominican Relief feat Troy Ellis at Mr Wolfs

See you all tomorrow for this amazing event and raise some £££ for Dominica!

Get yourself down to Mr Wolf this tuesday for an extraordinary night !!

JFS presents: JFS's regular jam but this time its in collaboration with Black History Month in aid of the Dominican after ... See more

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1 month ago
Come the Revolution

Help make it happen for The UK's first Black Girl Festival!
The festival for women and girls is designed to celebrate and explore what it means to be a Black woman in the UK. They want to create a ... See more

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BME X Intervention: Grime, UK Hip Hop & House DJ Workshop

Get your tickets for tonight ASAP! It's going to be amazing there are only 10 more spaces left.

Ever wanted to learn how to DJ like an absolute pro?

Join Yewande founder of Intervention for a very cool evening of the basics of DJ-ing .

Yewande is taking her love for club oriented music off ... See more

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1 month ago
Aisha

The Grime Panel!

JJ Bola on Stormzy calling Theresa May a paigon

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1 month ago

We're up to something exciting!

If you're a black student at University of Bristol interested in journalism and multimedia please get in touch we're looking for contributors 👀👀📝📝

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1 month ago
Photos from Bristol is the New Black's post

We've been busy the past few days!
From attending the Africa Writes pop-up in Bristol with great events such as 'Hidden Stories, and Forbidden Love' talk about Chinelo Okapranta's revolutionary book ... See more

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Daughters of Igbo Woman

LAST CHANCE TO SEE! FREE screenings at the Bearpit, Bristol
Daughters of Igbo woman a trilogy of video shorts shot in landscapes of Eastern Nigeria, St Kitts & Nevis, and Bristol.

3 generations ... See more

Marking the anniversary of 250 years from the birth of Frances (Fanny) Coker (1767-1820), these three commemorative films chart three generations in three continents separated by the transatlantic ... See more

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