Osei Bonsu

Osei Bonsu Osei Bonsu is a British-Ghanaian curator and writer based in London and Paris. He is currently a curator of International Art at Tate Modern, where he is responsible for organising exhibitions, developing the museum’s collection and broadening the representation artists from Africa and the African diaspora. As a leading curator of contemporary art,…

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Farah Karim-Cooper

Farah Karim-Cooper Farah Karim-Cooper is Professor of Shakespeare Studies, King’s College London and Co-Director of Education at Shakespeare’s Globe, where she has worked as Head of Higher Education & Research for the last 16 years. Farah is President of the Shakespeare Association of America (2021-2022) after having served three years as Trustee. She is on…

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Jacob Dunne

Jacob Dunne Jacob Dunne is an educator facilitating important conversations around criminal justice, education and mental health. In 2020 he helped create and present a BBC Radio 4 series The Punch based on his own life story and the transformative effect of Restorative Justice on his life. He is a former Longford scholar and received…

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Ed Gillett

Ed Gillett Ed Gillett is a journalist and film-maker based in South London: his work has appeared on the BBC, Channel 4, The Guardian, Frieze, Novara Media and The Quietus. His writing focuses on the areas where politics, communities and culture meet, bringing investigative rigour and political nuance to topics which are too often treated…

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Chris Clarke

Chris Clarke Chris Clarke has worked in local government and the third sector, across themes relating to social cohesion, community engagement and understanding different political values. He has been employed as a community organiser and social researcher, and as press officer for several Labour candidates and MPs.

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Luke Agbaimoni

Luke Agbaimoni Luke Agbaimoni is a designer and photographer based in London His latest project, tubemapper.com, was featured live on London BBC News, YouTube, The Londonist, The Evening Standard and in various other media outlets. The Tube Mapper project captures moments of subconscious recognition and overlooked interests, showcasing images that can be seen near or…

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Sheil Shukla

Sheil Shukla Sheil Shukla is an internal medicine resident physician, artist, and cook who lives and works in the Chicagoland area. He is the creator, recipe developer, and food photographer of @plantbasedartist on Instagram.  His debut cookbook, Plant-Based India, was nominated for a James Beard Award and was a New York Times Book of the Year.

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Mark Eglinton

Mark Eglinton Mark Eglinton is a Scottish author and co-writer. His recent books include Blindsided, with former Australian rugby captain and stroke survivor Michael Lynagh — which was shortlisted for International Autobiography Of The Year 2016; Heavy Duty: Days And Nights In Judas Priest with musician K.K Downing — one of Rolling Stone magazine’s ten…

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Fred Hogge

Fred Hogge Some time in the last century, Fred ran away from working on a PhD in Roman History and into the camp embrace of the entertainment industry. After messing about in theatres, he went to work for the Raindance Film Festival, and accidentally found himself the co-founder and original producer of the British Independent…

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