This weekend sees the UK’s first podcast festival exclusively celebrating the power of diversity and how new media has allowed people of colour in the UK to reclaim their voices. Shout Out Live! The Festival is a celebration of how far the podcast industry in the UK has come, as well as being a showcase of … More Podcasting While Black
Congratulations. You’ve survived January – the longest and most awful month of the year. You are now knee deep in February. It’s been a while since we’ve spoken (online) and you might be wondering where we have been. Well, since October 2015 team No Fly on the WALL have been beavering away in the background … More A Year Of Making Words Count By Turning Them Into Action
As well as our 100 SHEroes series, we at No Fly on the WALL will be celebrating Black History Month by holding our next Black History Month Brunch at Common House, Bethnal Green with Tony Warner of Black History Walks and Charmaine Simpson of Black History Studies. We will be discussing the importance of celebrating … More Latest No Fly on the WALL Academy event – RSVP TODAY!
We are just THREE days away from our first Black Women’s Summer Mingle, in partnership with our friends at TRiBE. Now with the countdown fully underway, we thought you might want to find out a bit more about our special guest for the night, Jo-Ann Hamilton. Jo-Ann A. Hamilton is the Founder of SecretBirds, an enterprise … More Flying With Both Wings: An Interview With Jo-Ann Hamilton
Exactly one week ago Tele Ogunyemi told us why afro-Caribbean hair is a political matter and why ‘Can I Touch Your Hair?’ is a question worth deconstructing. With the aid of a series of wonderful illustrations, Mariel Richards returns to the topic in part II of No Fly on the WALL‘s discussion and tells us … More ‘Can I Touch Your Hair?’: A Response