November’s additions include links to articles on the Black Press, African archaeologists, the first barrister, and the lives of Cleo Sylvestre, Marlon Riggs and David Oluwale.
October’s additions to The Africanist include links to resources on dermatology, racism and mental health, elitist Britain and a podcast on racial equity in economics.
August and September 2020 additions to The Africanist including articles about language descriptions of communities, racism in the suffrage movement and a stirring lecture by David Olusoga.
The latest release includes a focus on Young Black Britons, disparities by ethnicity, Black people in art, honest representations in museum collections, decolonial atlas, data monitoring to understand trends and poetry used as a form of social commentary.
New additions to The Africanist – a range of articles including Black bodies, brown racism, skin as Pantones, erasing history, statues, anti-racism. There are 5 directory link entries to archives of documents, images and activism and therapists
New additions to The Africanist include a range of articles including a death in police, medical research in slavery and 3D Fashion. There are 6 directory entries, film, podcasts on key moments for Black and civil rights history and 3 books.
New additions to The Africanist include a film about Ghanaian writer Ama Ata Aidoo and a range of articles about COVID-19 NHS inequality, social conditioning and the last enslaved African.
Slavery – the crime against humanity, African musical styles, Lost Kingdoms and Secret Windrush files
A podcast on Britain’s crimes against humanity, four new films including the Lost Kingdoms of West Africa, and articles on ‘digital slavery’ and African music are among the additions this month.
New articles on volunteer tourism and child abuse, a book on empire, a podcast on racism in romantic books and two films – about the scramble for Africa and tomato-linked migration.
New articles on prisoners in Portchester Castle and the removal of Africans from the Argentinian population, as well as three news pages that cover a range of subjects routed in Africa.
Among this week’s additions are four new films – including a discussion about West Africa’s proposed Eco currency – as well as two new articles on the reality of ‘code switching’ and chemical weapon testing on Black soldiers.
Website additions for the week ending 17 November 2019, including archaeology, Black Germans, colonisation, dance, NHS and war dead.
Website additions for the week ending 26 October 2019, including mining, adinkra symbols, sickle cell, historic portraits, climate change, racism in Brazil contemporary issues told through George the Poet.
Website additions for the week ending 6 October 2019.
Additions this week covering the topics of maternal mortality, masculinity, Grenfell, bias and prison labour.
Summary of the new additions with some references to recent topical news such as football league, geographical representation and universities’ slavery past.
We have done a bit of re-jigging along with further additions this week. Read about them, as well as resources on the late Toni Morrison.
It has been a busy week, but we are able to bring you new additions. Some of these have been suggested by people who have been in touch.
If you have stumbled onto this, please take time to explore this evolving website which has the first wave of links to enable you to learn more about Africa and her descendants.