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  • Poetry of Abolition

    Jean Binta Breeze

    Arts Council England invited eleven leading UK poets to commemorate the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act by writing a poem on the theme of enslavement

  • Word from Africa 2008

    Word from Africa 2008

    The celebration of African literature and languages, in collaboration with SABLE LitMag returns to the British Museum on Saturday 31 May 2008.

  • Afrika! Afrika!

    Afrika! Afrika! dancer

    Images from the spectacular African circus theatre that came to the Tented Palaces next to London's O2, featuring over 100 artist from 17 countries.

  • Interview: Sade Adeniran

    Sade Adeniran © Olamide Adetula

    Molara Wood talks to Sade Adeniran, author of 'Imagine This' – winner of Best First Book, Africa Region in the 2008 Commonwealth Writers Prize.

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