Beautiful Nubia's use of music for storytelling, activism and recollecting cultural memory amidst Nigeria's 2023 elections
JoinedAugust 26, 2019
Tinuke Fagborun Is a British Nigerian illustrator living in London. She celebrates diverse storytelling, her art is a colourful and optimistic response to the dominant narrative surrounding women of colour in media and the art world. She creates illustrations in which women are uncensored, empowered, otherworldly and the architects of their own rich stories. @Tinuke.illustration
How the holiday season opened up an exploration of self-love through recalling self-hatred
Nigerian women who are taking control of their own sexual pleasure
In conversation with author John Vercher
How a union in Denmark is ensuring safety and inclusivity for party-goers
Tuesday 13th September at 6pm
On the radical art of being an Auntie
On working through disembodiment, embodiment and transcendence
shado has launched a book club to bring people together to explore some of the brilliant authors using storytelling for social justice. Next session: Monday 27th June 6.30pm BST The Doctor and the Saint by Arundhati Roy
How Kenyan farmers are reclaiming Indigenous practices from cultural colonialism
Young Nigerian activist Abideen Olasupo discusses Nigeria's shrinking civic space, as engineered by the Government's curtailing of social media rights.
“I’ve been in debt for ten years because of my conviction,” Cheryl said with the hardened frustration of someone who has seen and survived enough. “I’ve been operating in survival mode the whole time. I was so broke that I could barely afford to buy anything that wasn’t essential.” Cheryl...