BlackInk Issue One

Insight: Black British Theatre
A Concise History of Black British Theatre’s Interaction with Arts Council England: A Personal Perspective — Tyrone Huggins
Is There a Future for Black Theatre? — Stella Kanu
A World Beyond Liverpool — Cathy Tyson
Road to Success — Paulette Randall

Black Manifesto! — nora chipaumire
25 Years of Hate — Maya Brookes
The Hole in the Wall: Curating Basquiat’s
Defacement — Chaédria LaBouvier
Achieving Creative Justice Across the African Diaspora — Antonio C Cuyler
Skin and Colour — Patricia Vester

Beware the Tokoloshe — Shangomola Edunjobi
Sombre — Ana Paz
No More Tears — Stephen Anthony Davids (SAD)
Irírí — Ade Coker
Through Their Eyes — Tolu Coker

Arts and Culture
Whoa! There’s Something About The Groove: Reflections from The Dancing Diplomat on Hip-Hop Dance’s “Special” Powers — Aysha Upchurch
Things Fall Apart – On Public Monuments — Mistura Allison
The Origins of Australia’s Blak History Month — Sam Cook

Activism and Identity
Black Lives Matter — Boston ‘The Orator’ Williams
Finding a Home in Dance — Samwel Japhet
#BeThePeaceWalk — Hyppolite Ntiguirirwa
Who is Black Italian? And Above All Who is an Italian? — Fred Kuwornu
Research, Engagement and Impact – The Stephen Lawrence Research Centre One Year On — Kennetta Hammond Perry

New Writing
Yemi Can’t Swim: Something in the Water — Sarah Kelly-Olatunji

The Interview
Kathy Williams by Pawlet Brookes

Cover Image Issue 1: I Will Take You with Me by Patricia Vester

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