Professor David Olusoga has been named as one of New African’s 100 Most Influential Africans for 2021 and awarded the President’s Medal by the British Academy.
The debate that followed Oprah Winfrey’s interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could have repercussions not only for the UK but also for the Commonwealth, says Clayton Goodwin.
Despite increased attention, Africa’s contribution to the UK is still not properly acknowledged. Is it time for a permanent symbol to be erected? asks Clayton Goodwin.
A doyenne of British theatre and star of the hotly anticipated Netflix drama Bridgerton, Ghanaian-British actor Adjoa Andoh is really coming into her own. Interview by Juanne H. Fuller.
History consultant Kwaku recounts the story of his mother-in-law, Dzagbele Matilda Asante, who was working in Britain as a nurse at the time the NHS was founded in 1948
Being Black is all too often regarded as being a crime in the UK, but the greater crime lies with those who believe in this prejudice, says Clayton Goodwin