In honor of Black History Month, we will be sharing some poems both spoken and written for you guys to enjoy! This is ‘The Day Hip Hop Lied’ by Mr Gee. Enjoy!
In honor of Black History Month, we will be sharing some poems both spoken and written for you guys to enjoy! This is ‘Ashe’ by Mica Hamilton. Ashe The saviours of man kind The Goddesses. Those who do not have to fight this fight. Those who walk within the figure of eight And whose crowns […]
In honor of Black History Month, we will be sharing some poems both spoken and written for you guys to enjoy! This is ‘Black People Doing Things Rarely Gets A Mention’ by Rebecca Akrofie. There were 2 Black boys on TV in the past month The first one they showed was face down The second […]
The black cinematic experience is changing and not just by the hands of straight poc but also queer poc. The reinvention of black films in the last ten years has reached new levels of success, dominating the box office earning millions worldwide, gaining critical acclaim and winning prestigious awards in the top categories for film. With 2019 around […]
Travis Alabanza, performer, poet, creative thinker, activist and absolute stylish diva, who may I add has appeared in campaigns with MAC x ASOS and performed across the country and internationally! They took some time to catch up with me after performing in Denmark. Travis touched on various topics from loving A.Z, creating and performing their […]
In honor of Black History Month, we will be sharing some peoms both spoken and written for you guys to enjoy! This is ‘When They Dismiss My Blackness‘ by Yasmina Nuny. You can follow Yasmina Nuny on both Twitter and Instagram at: @yasmeeener.
We had another successful AZ Hub last month – our social space for QTIPOC by QTIPOC in London’s Albany Theatre and we’re back again this Sunday 30th September for an afternoon of discussions, performances, information sharing and general chilling in an alcohol-free space. Click here for this month’s AZ Hub programme You don’t need to […]
Before going to see this film I had read up as much as possible about it, even though I was always going to watch it after having seen Desiree Akhavan’s debut Appropriate Behaviour a number of equally entertaining times. Akhavan’s work is creative, entertaining and relatable; notably, it is queer. However, while Appropriate Behaviour is […]
A Prayer to my Unborn Child, Nyima Dondrub Mohamed (2018) Pen and Ink on Paper I am a queer artist of colour. The queerness of my work has been questioned and I wanted to share my views. It’s simple: I am queer. I am an artist. Consequently, the pieces I create are queer art. There are queer […]
AFROPUNK, the festival that celebrates blackness and everything alternative has returned to London and where else would be better than Brixton to host this culture filled extravaganza. The Afropunk takeover will span over a week from 1st to 8th September with a week of panels, workshops, talks, club nights and live shows! The prodigious lineup […]