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Thirty years ago, Wendy Motion Brathwaite was a member of Unity Force, a small group formed to educate black youth.
The massive and long-awaited Oceania exhibition showcasing the art and culture of Polynesia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Aotearoa New Zealand has opened in London with a royal milestone and 5-star reviews.
This booklet is a way of gathering learning from those people and organisations who are working for greater participation by – and representation of – those with refugee backgrounds in the media.
The American Institute of Architects’ Los Angeles chapter (AIA|LA) has published an Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity (EDI) best practices guide that aims to provide a roadmap for how firms of all sizes can begin to transform themselves into more socially just organizations.
The dynamic relationships between the peoples of the Pacific underpins a major new art exhibition opening in London this month. Oceania will be the largest collection of Pacific art ever on show in Europe.
Growing up in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, Akili Tommasino used to cut class to visit artworks like the ancient Egyptian “Head From a Female Sphinx” with gaping eye sockets at the Brooklyn Museum, or Umberto Boccioni’s striding bronze figure, “Unique Forms of Continuity in Space,” at the Museum of Modern Art.