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Embracing and interrogating ‘Afropean’ identity

By France24
29 November 2021   |   12:37 pm
For British author and photographer Johny Pitts, black communities across Europe are the “visual markers”of the legacy of European colonialism. These communities are disparate, with each contending with their own specific cultural and political context, but they have a huge amount in common and that’s something to seek out and celebrate.

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For British author and photographer Johny Pitts, black communities across Europe are the “visual markers”of the legacy of European colonialism. These communities are disparate, with each contending with their own specific cultural and political context, but they have a huge amount in common and that’s something to seek out and celebrate.