Brent MP battles for better women’s rights in Parliament Written By:  Andrea Photiou BRENT MP and new Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities Dawn Butler has revealed how she hopes to tack- le the “old boys’ network (read more)

Clarence Centre ranks high in global report

20-3-2018 10:00 PM | voice-online | similar news

LSBU’s Clarence Centre ranked fifteenth globally for its business development THE CLARENCE Centre for Enterprise and Innovation – part of London South Bank University’s (LSBU) hub of start-ups, local businesses and entrepreneurial activity, is ranked second in the UK, fourth in Europe (read more)

According to new research, these books use Gothic techniques to assert an alternative set of values which define a more cosmopolitan Britain and confront historic traumas GOTHIC LITERATURE that resurrects Britain’s imperial past should be taught in schools to “decolonise” the curricul (read more)

The idea behind the app came from Prince's former manager Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins RAPPER JAY-Z is using his power, money and influence to support a mobile app created to improve the U.S. (read more)

Upcoming event is a open water swimmer’s dream THIS YEAR'S edition of the Nevis-to-St Kitts cross-channel swim, known as the Bente Weber Memorial Swim, will take place on the March 25, with hundreds of swimmers bracing themselves for the crossing from Oualie Beach on the picturesque i (read more)

The Advisory group will help steer the next phase from the Race Disparity Unit YESTERDAY (Mar 19), the Prime Minister Theresa May announced that Operation Black Vote’s director Simon Woolley would chair the Race Disparity Advisory group at Downing Street. read more. (read more)

The film will be based on an entirely African-American WWII regiment Written By:  Alannah Francis MICHAEL B JORDAN will produce a film about an entirely black WWII army unit. Fresh off the success of Black Panther, Jo (read more)

Isaiah Powis drew a picture of the animal and his teacher said 'I see you have drawn a portrait of yourself' A 10-year old black pupil was referred to as a monkey by his school teacher at Lowfield Primary in Sheffield. Isaiah Powis drew a picture of a monkey while in class (read more)

The hip hop superstar is keen to promote black economic power HIP HOP mogul Diddy is in the process of developing an app to make it easier for people to support black-owned businesses. In an interview with GQ, the iconic producer said the app wouldn’t be about discouraging people from (read more)

In an interview with Cosmopolitan US, the rapper revealed her thoughts behind the movements and whether they'll filter down to women in hip hop RAPPER CARDI B has spoken out against the #MeToo and Time's Up movements, saying she doesn't think women in hip-hop will reap the benefi (read more)

Salah set to beat Drogba's African record

20-3-2018 1:28 PM | voice-online | similar news

Liverpool and Egypt star in red hot form MOHAMED SALAH'S four goals on Saturday edged the Egyptian closer to becoming the African player to score the most in a Premier League season. The Liverpool star's haul in the 5-0 home win over Watford took his tally for the campaign to 28 goals (read more)

A package containing nails and shrapnel exploded at a FedEx distribution centre - the fifth blast to hit the US state in March TEXAS HAS been hit by its fifth explosion this month as police hunt a suspected serial bomber, Sky News reports. A FedEx worker was injured after a package co (read more)

Windrush Women: Past and Present

20-3-2018 1:04 PM | voice-online | similar news

Poetry readings and more will discuss the women of the Windrush generation at the British Library AN EVENING of poetry and readings inspired by the lives of female writers from the Windrush era On board the Empire Windrush were 257 female passengers, 188 of them were travelling alone, (read more)

The keynote lecture will be led by Sir Hilary Beckles AFTER WORLD War Two, Caribbean people re-crossed the Atlantic Ocean, this time not as chattel slaves but in response to the push of colonial oppression and exploitation, and the demand for their labour in the UK. Professor Sir Hil (read more)

Black donors give up time and blood

20-3-2018 12:36 PM | voice-online | similar news

Many came out to donate their blood and support those living with sickle cell disease at a special event Written By:  Alannah Francis BLACK DONORS gave up their time and their blood at a special event organised to enc (read more)



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