In this event, organinsed by the Personal Histories Project and Trinity College BME Officer Richelle George, panellists reflected on their histories and experiences to investigate what it means to be a person of colour at the University of Cambridge. You can watch a video of the event here.
In this short clip, Jackie Kay describes growing up in Scotland, her poetry and her parents, against stunning Scottish scenery. Watch on Youtube.
Watch Jackie Kay tell an emotive story about her 12-year-old self writing her first ever novel, 'One Person, Two Names' on Youtube.
On February 19, 2019, Angela Davis spoke with Imani Perry in her hometown of Birmingham Alabama about the roots of her activism. You can watch and read a transcript of the conversation here.
On August 18, 1970, the Federal Bureau of Investigation placed 25-year-old Angela Yvonne Davis on its Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. You can browse an interactive storyboard of the events surrounding Angela Davis' imprisonment and calls for her release here.
Jackie Kay is the Scottish Poet Laureate and an award-winning writer of fiction, poetry and plays. You can hear her poem "35" on the Poetry Archive.
On February 2, 2016, Angela Davis and Toni Morrison came together to discuss Frederick Douglas, Libraries, Literacy and Liberation. You can listen to the podcast here.
On 21st July 2017, Angela Davis addressed the Women's March in the US with a powerful message: "this country's history cannot be deleted". You can read the speech in full here.
You can watch Jackie Kay's reading at the Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice on Vimeo here.
View a playlist of videos of Angela Davis on Youtube here.
At the Oxford Union, Angela Davis speaks in favour the same motion addressed by Malcolm X on Dec 3, 1964. Watch on Youtube here.