• Ensayo fotográfico: Una mirada a Cacharreras, una movilización de interseccionalidad

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  • On Reparation And Repair: Jovan Scott Lewis In Conversation With Rita Gayle

    On Reparation And Repair: Jovan Scott Lewis In Conversation With Rita Gayle

    In your ongoing consideration of repair and reparations, I was thinking of the similarities and differences in the context and aspirations of reparations between the Black diaspora locations. For example, the differences and similarities between Jamaica, Britain and the United States. My question to you is, how has your thinking shifted as a result of…


  • Shared Spaces

    Shared Spaces

    A series of tracks by Corey Mwamba


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A view of the Robin Hood Housing Estate, London. It is built out of dark brown brick. In the foreground by the pavement is a fence bordering the grassy recreation are. The face is made up of a short wall, brick posts and barbed wire that goes across the image. The sky is grey and the trees have no leaves.
The kinship group of peers I make photographs with on the White City Estate and…
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To the right of the image is a close up view of a ripening pod. In the background are blurred branches from a banana tree.
Cacharrera es una persona, un verbo, un nombre, y una movilización de interseccionalidad para el…
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  • Black bodies in transit
    I come from a part of Cross River State, Nigeria, where we are called ‘Atam’ meaning slaves, the Efiks (a majority ethnic group) use to kidnap our people and sell to the white man. We were a minority tribe. African bodies will keep migrating because some people benefit from the stagnation and backwardness of Africa,” said ‘Ejen’ as I sat in his African-themed living room in Cardiff, Wales discussing life as a Black migrant coming all the way from Cross River State, Nigeria.
  • ‘In your spirit, you are chacharrera as well’ 
    Llovía y hacía 35 grados. Pretendía cruzar la ciudad, desde el sur hasta el norte de Cali, Colombia. El sistema de transporte en esta ciudad latinoamericana tan chiquita es caótico, saturado y poco frecuente. La opción más rápida era el transporte intermunicipal; los vehículos que conectaban la ciudad con las aldeas rurales. Lo cogí.
  • Luck in the City: Sports Betting in Lusaka
    There are three frequently advertised products on the state television channel in Zambia: laundry detergent, fruit juice and sports betting.
  • On Reparation And Repair: Jovan Scott Lewis In Conversation With Rita Gayle
    In your ongoing consideration of repair and reparations, I was thinking of the similarities and differences in the context and aspirations of reparations between the Black diaspora locations. For example, the differences and similarities between Jamaica, Britain and the United States. My question to you is, how has your thinking shifted as a result of your own lived experiences of a Black diasporic? You know, the nations, regions and communities you have inhabited?
  • Ensayo fotográfico: Una mirada a Cacharreras, una movilización de interseccionalidad
    Cacharrera es una persona, un verbo, un nombre, y una movilización de interseccionalidad para el cambio social. Cacharrea: p. una mujer afrodescendiente que cosecha y vende alimentos, promoviendo seguridad alimentaria, justicia ambiental, libertad económica y la emancipación de la mujer negra.
  • The Fam(ily)
    The kinship group of peers I make photographs with on the White City Estate and myself maintain substantive values around the word family. We are the children of Caribbean women who moved to the U.K during the 1980’s.