Remembering Darcus Howe

On Saturday 1 April 2017, Black rights and leading anti-racist activist, Darcus Howe (1943-2017) passed away. Following the sad event, Black Cultural Archives invited the community to pay tribute to the formidable Darcus Howe and his lifelong commitment to fight social and racial injustice and inequality. Hundreds gathered together in BCA’s Courtyard and spilling out onto […]

Guerrilla in Pictures – A new photography exhibition at Black Cultural Archives

Image credit: Photograph by Neil Kenlock and Guerrilla image still courtesy of Sky Atlantic From 7 to 15 April 2017 To celebrate the upcoming launch of the new Sky Original Production Guerrilla on 13 April, Sky and photographer Neil Kenlock have joined forces to create ‘Guerrilla in Pictures’ – a photography exhibition housed at Black Cultural Archives. ‘Guerrilla […]

Darcus Howe, Race Today and Black Power in Britain

Darcus Howe, Race Today and Black Power in Britain Saturday 30 May, 1.00 Square, Brixton, London SW2 1EF. Tickets £7 and available from Black Cultural Archives Book online   Acknowledgements: Black Cultural Archives and Paul Fields wish to thank Darcus Howe, Leila Hassan, Arnie Hill and the London Black Revolutionaries, Robin Bunce, and Bloomsbury Publishing […]