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Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Jamie Morris


Home Office urges African communities to apply for Windrush compensation

People who have had problems because they couldn't prove their legal right to live in the UK could be eligible for £10,000 or more...

‘Igbo philosophy can answer our modern-day questions,’ says Derby’s first Nigerian councillor

We speak to councillor and poet Ndukwe Onuoha about how he’s using the art, culture and language of Nigeria’s indigenous Igbo people to solve...

Up-and-coming filmmakers take over Broadway Cinema

A collective of Midlands-based filmmakers showcased their work to a packed-out audience at one of Nottingham’s most popular cinemas, in what promises to be...

Local celebrities lend support for Derby school students’ White Ribbon Day campaign

A group of eight male students from secondary schools across Derby have joined Derby’s Youth Mayor to create a campaign for White Ribbon Day...

Zambian charity shop owner campaigns to open schools and clinics back home

Community stalwart Edah Lupambo shares the fascinating story behind her Aid For Africa project – and how the inspiration came to her in a...

Black wordsmiths headline at inaugural Derby Poetry Fest

A trio of Black poets performed as the headlining acts at the city’s first annual spoken word festival. Acclaimed writers Terrence Hayes, Rachel Long and...

Meet the Caribbean radical who caused a stir in 18th-century Derby

We look at the life of Henry Redhead Yorke, the son of a plantation owner and a freed slave who left his mark on...


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