Southern Voices’ exhibition at the Nexus Art Cafe March 2nd 2018 – March 31st 2018 If you have not had a chance to see Southern Voices’ World War One exhibition, From the Shadows of War and Empire, pop along to to see the work at this great small venue in the city of Manchester. Nexus…Details
The Southern Voices’ exhibition, From Shadows of War and Empire will be on display at the Salford Working Class Movement Library from October 3rd to October 20th 2017 Free Southern Voices exhibition exploring the role and experiences of peoples of the British West Indies, Nigeria, India and German and British East Africa during World War…Details
Southern Voices has created an exhibition, From the Shadows of War and Empire: perspectives of colonised people on World War One. The exhibition is open to the public from Tuesday 19th April – Friday 28th April 2017 at the ZArts Centre, 335 Stretford Road, Hulme, Manchester M15 5ZA 2014 marked 100 years since the start…Details
From the Shadows of War and Empire: Perspectives of Colonised Peoples on World War One Unique exhibition taking a Black perspective on World War One and the role of the British colonies within it. Starting Friday 25 June – Sunday 17 July 2016 (10am-5pm) People’s History Museum, Manchester Did you know that the first…Details
2014 marks 100 years since the start of the World War One (WW1). In a very real way, this was the first global conflict, with war between the European Empires drawing in over well over 100 countries. Southern Voices and The Mbari Group are developing a project which will examine the involvement of the colonised…Details
Its been a while since we posted to the website but Southern Voices is back online and developing new work, opinions and critiques.
There are some technical issues with the website (as well as a new look) which we hope to iron out over the next few days.
Next Workshop: 1pm, Saturday, March 31st, 2012 Hidden Stories: the subscript or no script? Some stories hit the headlines. Some headlines only tell half the story (or lies) and some never make the headlines or middle pages or even the back page. This can be either good or bad. The ‘Kony 2012’ vs ‘Lord’s Resistance…Details
Next Workshop: 1pm, Saturday, March 10th, 2012 The persistence of Corruption: Corporate social responsibility, Co-operatives and Fair Trade as antidotes? This workshop will be facilitated by Southern Voices with Washington Alcott, educator, and Yemi Adetona, recently coordinator of Manchester Women of Diversity Why corruption persists – exploring systemic processes Sharing experiences and ways to challenge…Details
LIONS’ TALES – 2nd Climate Justice workshop 18/02/12 The workshop was lively, informative and interactive. An initial activity enabled us to introduce ourselves and to show our interconnectedness. In small groups, we examined and ranked according to future significance a number of global trends. There was consensus that the growing division between the countries of…Details