TB Of The Sold Or Beyond Dystopian Consumption: Reconnecting History, Culture and Knowledge: Why We Need A New Way Of Writing Now

Featured Image: Sally Rooney’s Normal People published by Faber and Faber A dystopian culture games you and undermines you even before you’ve been born. A maiming that’s a bit like Kwashiokor, starvation you are born with. Above: The Famine sculpture in Dublin.  File photograph: Frank Miller It’s all embracing: cradle to cradle, suffocating, crippling, like […]

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Coletivo Preto, Black Collective, a theater group composed of four black actors, is bringing a fresh perspective of black art to stages in Rio de Janeiro

Great Blog, keep up the fantastic work! Black Women Of Brazil Coletivo Preto, Black Collective, a theater group composed of four black actors, is bringing a fresh perspective of black art to stages in Rio de Janeiro By Marques Travae If you’ve followed reports on this blog for amount of time, you know that Afro-Brazilians […]

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What We Lose When We Lose A Local Authority: Imaginary Letter to An Optimistic Freelance Journalist Who Put The Case For University Rescue….

On Tuesday 21st August 2018, freelance Guardian journalist Louise Tickle, wrote an article with this heading: ‘Can A University Rescue a City When The Local Authority Fails?‘ Above: the local government changes from County Councils to Districts and Unitary Authorities 2019/2020 The Guardian article is about hope and, as such is great, but really, I […]

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