The past few months have been somewhat of a whirlwind for most of us, with canceled plans, delayed schedules, and social distanced everything. It seems that sanitizers and face masks have trumped car keys and wallets as essentials. Our routine has been disrupted and flipped upside down and the theatre and arts sector has been […]
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Kiesha is a voice for the voiceless.
Her Fuel funded project to hold a premier that would showcase her work and create a space for people to have a conversation about taboo topics. Her collection of short films explores issues like female genital mutilation otherwise known as FGM, which she goes on to explain how “a lot of people are unaware of it”.
One person who is doing this is Remani Love, an up and coming powerhouse who has a passion for social change and uses her creative flair to do so. She released her BBC documentary, featuring Sir Lenny Henry, that posed the question ‘Is higher education failing black British students?’.
A spoken word piece about the power and potential of young people’s real influence for this general election.
My tone is neither washed, not golden, Nude nor olive. My skin is, dare I say it, black.
I walked past a dead bird last month – tainted with a belief system forced on it. An imaginary ceiling so it could only fly so high.
Embrace change. If nothing ever changed, everything would be the same.
Stuck ruminating? Nothing’s changing. Which way to go? It’s complicated.
The artists who dare to free there inner dialogue through a beautiful rebellion of colours, sounds and taste, these are my brothers in arms.