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Day: April 7, 2018

#TBB10 With Benjamin Zephaniah

With a career spanning nearly 40 years, Benjamin Zephaniah is one of Britain’s best-loved writers. A poet, playwright, and author, his YA novel Gangster Rap was one of five YA novels released as a special edition for World Book Day in March. TBB interviewed the man himself about his career, writing, and involvement in World Book Day 2018. 1# How did you come to be involved with World Book Day? For the first time, WBD has included teen and young adult favourites to be available as special editions. Every time I hear about books and literature I remember the 14/15-year-old me who didn’t like books. I...

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96% #OutOf100 – Arinzé Kene’s ‘Misty’ is an engaging powerful piece of art!

“Here is the city that we live in 
Notice that the city that we live in is alive 
Analyse our city and you’ll find that our city even has bodily features
 Our city’s organs function like any living creature 
Our city is a living creature
And if you’re wise enough, you’ll know not all of us are blood cells…
Some of us are viruses.” When I came out of watching Arinzé Kene’s play Misty last week, I felt tired, emotional, elated, creative, empowered and also like I wanted to get viral and start shouting at anyone of my people I could find to go and book...

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Ivanno Jeremiah & Gemma Chan Return in Humans Series Three

One year after the dawn of consciousness, a decimated and oppressed Synth population fights to survive in a world that hates and fears them. In a divided Britain, Synths and Humans struggle to broker an uneasy peace, but when fractures within the Synth community itself start to appear, all hope of stability is threatened. Set against the maelstrom of political chaos, the ethical complexities of the dawn of a new species play out across a thrilling multi-stranded narrative. As the synth family, Mia (Gemma Chan), Niska (Emily Berrington) and Max (Ivanno Jeremiah) continue to battle for their right to...

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Winds Of Change a Portrait Film by Buki Koshoni

Buki Koshoni is an award-winning Director & Photographer. Fashion + Portrait + Reportage. A visual storyteller seeking moments of truth. His works uses a varied practice of photography, film, and sound taking a compelling and intimate approach to his subjects, a unique exploration of both human condition & culture. An experienced Content Creator, collaborating with Agencies + Brands & Artists to create visually captivating stories that engage, excite and challenge. A creative storyteller, dedicated to culturally diverse, entertaining & socially engaging projects. In addition to commissions for The Sunday Times, The Independent and Vanity Fair, he has exhibited both...

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Do you know someone who could win a Black British Business Award?

Nominations are now OPEN! Nominating is straightforward! Determine whether you are going to nominate a rising star or a senior leader. A rising star must be 35 years old or younger on 30th April 2018 and a senior leader needs to have a long track record as a business leader (generally at least ten years work experience). Decide which category/industry sector the person belongs to. If you are an entrepreneur, the relevant business must have been operational for a minimum of 18 months prior to 30th April 2018. Ensure that the nominee can attend both judging day (5th July...

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