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South African Students Burn Campus Art In Protest

Rhodes Must Fall protesters burn UCT art Fires set and students arrested in protests over accommodation shortage By Ashleigh Furlong The Rhodes Must Fall “Shackville” protest came...

Songs in the Key of Colonialism

A UCSB historian’s new book reveals the role of music in the subjugation and liberation of African culture By Jim Logan History records colonialism as a...

SAG Awards: ‘Diversity reigns’ in ceremony

  The journalism drama Spotlight took home the main prize at the Screen Actors Guild awards, but the success of minority actors drew most attention. The...

Amazon opens physical bookshop in Seattle

Amazon is opening a bookshop in Seattle in a move it described as a "physical extension" of its business. By Jane Wakefield Amazon will stock the most...

“What Of The Day” Premieres in LA

LOS ANGELES- On Saturday, February 6, 2016, during Black History Month, "What Of The Day" will make its World Premiere at the Pan African Film...

Harry Potter actor Alan Rickman dies

Actor Alan Rickman, known for films including Harry Potter, Die Hard, Truly Madly Deeply and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, has died at the...

Star Wars actor John Boyega up for Bafta Rising Star title

Star Wars actor John Boyega is one of five new faces who will be in the running for the Rising Star Award at the...

Alvin Ailey Announces 2016 North American Tour

By Nathan JamesThe Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre has announced its upcoming North American tour for 2016, which will visit a score of cities...

ADIFF – LGBT Evening

The African Diaspora International Film Festival

While You Weren’t Looking

GBMNews + RadioGBM, Arts & Culture Editor and Correspondent, Kirk Shannon-Butts, speaks with Catherine Stewart and Nodi Murphy, the Director and Executive Producer, (respectively)...