Category: Reviews

‘I Am Not Your Negro’ – Review

‘I Am Not Your Negro’ – Review

It’s often difficult to know how writers and authors will be received in the generations after their passing, but James Baldwin found himself an influential icon of the Black Lives Matter movement. Baldwin through his involvement in the upheavals taking place in the Civil Rights Era during the 1960s (a term he disliked and instead, […]

The Candidate – Jeremy Corbyn’s Improbable Path to Power, by Alex Nunns

The Candidate – Jeremy Corbyn’s Improbable Path to Power, by Alex Nunns

The Candidate – Jeremy Corbyn’s Improbable Path to Power, by Alex Nunns Second edition 2018, Published by OR Books (www.orbooks.com) £10.99 Review by Peter Durrans On 12 September 2015, Jeremy Corbyn was elected as Leader of the Labour Party, with 59.5% of the votes in the first round. In the three years that have elapsed […]

From Balfour to Banksy: Divisions and Visions in Palestine

From Balfour to Banksy: Divisions and Visions in Palestine

From Balfour to Banksy: Divisions and Visions in Palestine What is life really like for Palestinians living under Israeli military occupation? What are the views of Jews opposed to Israeli government policies? This film allows us to hear the voices of people who the mainstream media largely ignore and provides a glimpse behind the wall […]