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Some Things | Vol. 37: Nothing Was The Same

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Some Things | Vol. 37: Nothing Was The Same
October 19, 1987. Black Monday. The day all 23 global markets took an unexpected downturn. Whilst the dread of financial ruin dominated the global headlines, the UK was in the midst of celebrating its inaugural Black History Month - following on from the US in 1970.
To this day the month celebrates the vital contributions that people of African & Caribbean backgrounds have made in shaping culture within the UK.
Here are Some Things to inspire greatness in your week:

  1. ‘Imaging Blackness’ shines a light on contemporary Black photographers via Unit London
  2. A mid century South London story - Neil Kenlock photographs Black Britain via Expectations Project
  3. Rhythm nation - a visual tale of Reggae via Urban Image
  4. Growing up with greatness, a new six-part series via Youtube
  5. Everyone deserves to see themselves in their heroes via The Verge
  6. Get lost in Sounds Of My World by this award-winning producer via Spotify
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We’re always on the lookout for like-minded people & brands to collaborate with. Drop us a line & let’s make Something™ happen.
POWER by Joel Palmer
POWER by Joel Palmer
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