James Barnor: Ghana’s photography genius

From crawling babies to ‘cool Constance’, Barnor spent decades capturing his country’s independence and the diaspora experience during the swinging 60s. Alfred Quarshie by the advertising board of the Ever Young Studio, circa 1955.

Alexandra Wilson: ‘Why I became a lawyer’

Alexandra Wilson is a young black British barrister changing the face of Britain’s legal system.  Growing up, she never knew any lawyers but one day, after hearing the news that one of her close friends had been murdered by two black