Art and culture in the era of BLM

Saskia and Tayo talk about art, culture, and whether there has really been any change as a result of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Art and culture in the era of BLM

This week we're talking to Saskia about BLM in the arts and ask whether things have really changed.

You can find Saskia on social media @sincerely_sas on Twitter and @sincerely_saskia on Instagram. She's also featured in 'The Women Writers Handbook – 2020'.

You can find Tayo on social media @naijaprince21 on Twitter, @tayowrites on Instagram and on Voice. The contributors can also be found @voice.extra on Instagram.

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Thanks to Kevin MacLeod for use of the track Shaving Mirror, you can find more of his work on

Tom Inniss was the executive producer.

Header Image Credit: Image by Patrick Behn from Pixabay


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