BLACK BRITS AND AFROPEANS

by Candice Nembhard The black British existence is inherently unique. It not only samples cultural flavours or practices from Africa and the Caribbean but seemingly blends those influences into standardised British behaviour. For many black children in modern Britain, the divide between our race and nationality somehow leaves a gap for white or even non-blackContinue reading “BLACK BRITS AND AFROPEANS”

1 | manifesto.

I have noticed a radical change in my thinking, especially as I draw closer to the end of my academic career. I have become less concerned with people as people; moreso fascinated by the idea of people as potentials. When I first curated Underpass, it was a shambles! I had no idea what was requiredContinue reading “1 | manifesto.”