EDITORIAL

Dear Readers,

Welcome back to the Black & Asian Heritage Mix’ Newsletter. I suspect you already have many other newsletters to read for Black History Month. This October 2020 issue therefore invites you to explore and read a small selection of resources. Sometimes, less is more.

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Thushari

Thushari Perera

BLACK EUROPE RESOURCES

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Previous Black & Asian Heritage Mix’ Newsletters

 

ARTS

Parliament Street

Westminster’s links to Britain’s slave trade revealed in art survey, The Guardian, 30 September 2020

African Art

Speculation on Black Artists Has Gotten So Intense That for Christie’s Latest Sale, Its Curator Is Asking Buyers to Sign a Special Contract, Artnet, 13 August 2020

Cameras 

Mohamed Bourouissa wins prestigious $39k photography prize, CNN, 17 September 2020

 

ARCHITECTURE

Colourful Architecture

Racism in the profession is getting worse, AJ survey indicates, Architects Journal, 8 June 2020

 

PLAQUES

Blue Plaque

Recognising Asquith Xavier: the Chatham pioneer who fought racism at British Rail, ITV News, 24 September 2020

 

CONTINENTAL EUROPE

Brexit Europe

How Colonialism Shaped Policing in France, Jacobin Magazine, 20 July 2020

Switzerland

Zurich’s historical ties to slave trade are exposed, SwissInfo.ch, 29 September 2020

Germany

Germany’s belated debate on colonialism, ecfr.eu, 20 July 2020

Leonardo

As Europe Reckons With Racism, Italy Still Won’t Confront Its Colonial Past, Foreign Policy, 30 July 2020

 

BRITISH HISTORY PODCASTS

India

 

How Britain Stole $45 Trillion from India with Trains | Empires of Dirt, Vice, 21 August 2020, 6 min

 

BOOKS

Michael Taylor How the British Establishment Resisted the Abolition of Slavery

The Interest: How the British Establishment Resisted the Abolition of Slavery By Michael Taylor (Hardback, 5 November 2020)

 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Black History Month

UK Parliament celebrates Black History Month, 1 October 2020 (Includes PDF educational resource)

Related Links:

The National Trust and Black Lives Matter: Too Little, Too Late?

Let’s Not Create Ethnic Minority Scapegoats Because There Isn’t Enough Funding In The Arts Sector

Free Short Film Two Dosas

Free Short Film “Dastaar” tackles Islamophobia and discrimination

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