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United Kingdom: 5 BAME-Led Projects Collaborating with The Ubele Initiative

By enpadmin | May 4, 2018 | 0 Comments

Dan Biss The Ubele Initiative has teamed up with Mali Enterprising Leaders to coordinate a massive collaboration with five Black and Minority Ethnic projects across London and Manchester. The Ubele Initiative’s mission in working with these five projects is to help them hone the monetary funding and people-power to build lasting roots within their communities…

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The Ubele Initiative: The Legacy of the Windrush Generation and the Establishment of BAME Communities for Generations to Come

By enpadmin | May 4, 2018 | 1 Comment

Dan Biss On June 22, 1948, 492 people of Caribbean descent arrived at Tilbury Docks, the main port for London. Aboard the MV Empire Windrush, these people – mostly men, but also women and young children – had arrived in the UK as a result of an extended invitation by the British government. Only three…

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Black Britain’s Social Enterprises in the Aftermath of Brexit: The Ubele Initiative

By enpadmin | January 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Standing at the intersection of the Seven Sisters Tube Station and a small cafe playing Latin American music, I met Yvonne Field for warm coffee and the chance to talk about her work and the importance of social enterprises in Britain. It was mid-July, meaning that this day was not only hot and sunny, but…

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What's This with Dan Biss! The Ubuntu Campaign for Black Refugees: Paving the Way to Safety with the Boldness of a Bike

By enpadmin | August 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

  “We’re against all forms of discrimination and that’s why we are using all of our power against what is happening to Black bodies in Libya.” Zerai’s voice was low and level, and although we spoke over the phone I could feel the unwavering conviction in his words. The power he is talking about is…

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WHAT’S THIS WITH DAN BISS! The Quest for Asylum: Refugees Welcome?

By enpadmin | July 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

In November 2016 The United States elected Donald Trump as president, despite Hillary Clinton winning the popular vote. At the time, the world was still reeling from #Brexit, a long anticipated referendum to determine whether the UK would stay in the EU, or exit; The decision to leave after 40 years of unity shocked the…

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