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65% #Outof100 – Sky Atlantic’s Guerrilla

If I take away all expectation, disappointment and confusion, the series isn’t all bad. There are a few strong moments. Everyone acts brilliantly Martello-White, Pinto, Ceesay, Mosaku, Ashton the whole cast in fact, stand out in various parts. But I’d say, British TV gatekeepers, we definitely need more of our stories told. We definitely need more series’ that depict our British Black history accurately and if you can’t make it there is an abundance of British Black storytellers who are more than ready.

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If He’s Not Your Negro, Then Whose Is He? – A Reflection of James Baldwin

Today’s western, racial politics reminds us that we need activists as much as we ever did but it has to develop in order to tread the new terrain. The ground has shifted. James Baldwin, in remembering him in all his entirety adds credibility and most importantly, viability to contemporary activism which includes the full spectrum of blackness.

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Coming Attractions: TBB’s Must-See Movies For Spring / Summer 2017

Following Moonlight’s unforgettable win at the Oscars and the box office success of Hidden Figures, Fences and Get Out we select the upcoming movie releases destined for critical acclaim or box-office success. City of Tiny Lights Expected release: 7 April | Icon Film Distribution Based on the 2005 novel of the same name, the crime thriller sees Riz Ahmed (The Night Of; Rogue One) and Cush Jumbo (The Good Fight);  become entangled in the disappearance of a call-girl. Set in West-London and made with the support of the BFI and BBC Films, the modern-day noir also stars Billie Piper...

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