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Art at Brixton Tube marks 2011 riot

Brixton Tube station was the setting for an art event inspired by and to mark the spontaneous uprisings in London ten years ago after...

Immortalised in Brixton: the place where Black music became the norm

Trinity Gardens in Brixton got a new blue heritage plaque yesterday (1 April) to mark the origin of Choice FM, the only Black radio...

Brixton talent prepares to go on show

Brixton Design Trail will once again bring local people, creatives and organisations together from 15 to 23 September. The theme of this year’s trail...

Expectations: The untold story of Black community leaders

Expectations: The Untold Story of Black British Community Leaders in the 1960s and 1970s will be centre stage at Brixton's Black Cultural Archives from Tuesday...

Record Store Day – Follow in the Brixton footsteps of Bob...

Dave Randall celebrates Brixton’s contribution to Record Store Day – 21 April The 21st of April is Record Store Day – an opportunity to celebrate...

Brixton people and their struggles inspire dynamic exhibition

Brixton Village’s Studio 73 is to host an exhibition telling the stories of local people, struggles and society. Overstand (Postcolonial Sampler) features the work of London...

Organised Youth revive the history of the Brixton Black Panthers.

In 1965, only two weeks before he was assassinated, Malcolm X gave a speech to both the London School of Economics and the Council...

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