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Here Are Some Things You Can Spend Your Sunday Doing To Experience Black British Culture Without Leaving Your House

Invite a little bit more culture into your life and familiarise yourself with some authentic black British content for Black History Month.

1. Watch Dreaming Whilst Black, the hilarious online series created by Adjani Salmon which follows the journey of a passionate and naive filmmaker.

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2. Take in Lovers Rock, the fifth album from British singer-songwriter and rapper Estelle.

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3. Watch different perspectives and raw conversation in a British episode of The Grapevine, a YouTube-based debate series created by black millennials.

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4. Have You Heard George's Podcast? No, but really, have you? These creative and compact episodes from spoken-word artist George Mpanga make for easy listening.

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5. Pour yourself a glass of wine and join the ladies of Heels Off. Think The Real, but with black British women with different perspectives and opinions.

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6. Order your copy of Slay in Your Lane, the definitive black girl bible that you need on your shelf. You can place your order from your sofa.

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7. Binge-watch episodes of Not for the Radio for in-depth interviews with British talent.

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8. Listen to Ghetts' album Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament to hear from a grime veteran all grown up in this deeply personal project.

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9. Preorder poet Nego True's upcoming book My History Is More Than Slavery for a digestible and educational telling of black history.

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10. Discover British Gambian poet Sophia Thakur, a talented writer and performer with a growing catalogue of impactful poetry.

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