Everything has a history. Very few things, no matter how innocent they seem, are completely neutral from politics and ideology.
Advertising this series of short essays on the Beyond Slavery section of the Open Democracy website, about the role of memory and remembrance in relation to the trans-Atlantic slave trade and slavery. This particular series is by local writers working in the Bristol and Bath area. Hope you find of interest. Please share. ‘Slavery: memory
Consider your family tree, a network of ancestors stretching back to eternity. Generations deep equation of personalities + meetings + connections + relations that have survived though time, to = you. Consider your belief in *creation/evolution [*delete as applicable], and the wondrous stages of unfolding life, stages of development, and distance travelled of your cells
Tried to ignore putting the wet clothes on the rail, as wanted to carry on writing, and was desperately looking for a book on my shelves to quote. I couldn’t ignore it any longer and started to put out the clothes, and straight away I came face to face with the book on a different
Afrika Eye and the BFI are pleased to announce the screening of Footsteps of the Emperor at the Little Theatre, Bath, on 20th March 2o16. Part of the Made in Bath and Bristol series, this is a fundraising screening for Fairfield House charity. 8pm The Little Theatre St Michaels Place Bath BA1 1SG
"When I feel I have answers I write a book. When I have questions I curate an exhibition." Nicholas Bourriaud
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