MSc International Politics and Diplomacy student Angelo Eduardo Da Costa Mengowako is one of three brains behind Vocal Communities, a London-based organisation helping disadvantaged communities.
Dr. Awino Okech discusses Black History, Pan-Africanism and the joy of music with Everjoice Win.
UK Shadow Secretary of State for Justice and SOAS alum David Lammy on how key 2020 will be for Black history.
Minna graduated from SOAS’s Centre for Gender Studies and is now classed as one of the leading black feminist activists in the UK.
When Rhodes Must Fall (RMF) Oxford activists first demanded the removal of a statue of settler colonist Cecil Rhodes from the façade of Oriel College
Director of SOAS, Valerie Amos, discusses Black Lives Matter and the role of universities.
For the last two weeks, we have been witnessing a global uprising following the death of George Floyd in the U.S. His wrongful killing led
As Black Lives Matter protests happen across the globe, it’s clear we need to include Black history in schools.
SOAS lecturer Dr.Rao discusses the removal of Colston statue in Bristol.
A history of police brutality, and what we can do now to support the BLM movement.
The demand for national leadership to unite a clearly passionate and divided United States could not be higher, but President Donald Trump is instead adopting
After San Diego, more needs to be done to identify potential threats before they strike.