Artificial Intelligence & Black Intellect: The Cultural Nuances of ‘Afropeanism’

As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of Windrush, many of us will be reflecting on the challenges our parents and grandparents faced when arriving at the Port of Tilbury in 1948. What were their dreams and expectations when they left Jamaica for the Motherland? What and more importantly, who were they leaving behind? As second… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence & Black Intellect: The Cultural Nuances of ‘Afropeanism’

Welcome To Cen-X Podcasts

Launching on the 19.06.23, Cen-X Podcasts puts the community at its heart. This platform is dedicated to amplifying the voices of those who may not have had the opportunity to be heard before. It serves as a space for community members to share their stories, perspectives and experiences. By giving a voice to the unheard,… Continue reading Welcome To Cen-X Podcasts

Stephen Lawrence – 30 years on

  The following article is being reproduced due to its significance to the Black Identity Nexus today. It remains a timely reminder of the continuing challenges of systemic racism facing particular ethnic minorities. Imagine walking down a familiar street, in a familiar neighbourhood with someone familiar. It’s been a somewhat ordinary day with your friend,… Continue reading Stephen Lawrence – 30 years on

Grace Okotie

Dion Tansey

Yusif Morris

Remmi Aziz

Laarif Ali

Rethinking GP Surgeries and Community Healthcare

  Our subsequent medical scepticism project revealed high levels of apathy, distrust and cynicism towards healthcare services and one of the insights from that project was that poor funding into the NHS was impacting the quality of the service. The lack of time afforded to patients and struggles to even get an appointment was regurgitated… Continue reading Rethinking GP Surgeries and Community Healthcare

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