Main Program | Akala: Natives

27 Oct 2019 11:45 - 12:45
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
NEKA Museum. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

Award-winning hip-hop artist Akala’s bestselling Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire is a searing polemic on race and class in the British Empire. With a life and outlook shaped by these elements, Akala takes us from the personal to the universal as he confronts the issues at the heart of the legacy of Britain’s racialized empire.

Buku laris seniman hip-hop pemenang penghargaan Akala berjudul Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire adalah polemik yang bergejolak mengenai ras dan kelas sosial di Kerajaan Inggris. Dengan kehidupan dan pandangan yang dibentuk oleh elemen-elemen ini, Akala membawa kita dari sudut personal ke universal saat ia menghadapi masalah di pusat warisan kerajaan Inggris yang dirasialisasikan.


Kirsti Melville

Kirsti Melville is an award-winning documentary producer for Earshot on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Radio National. When she’s not busy telling other people’s stories, you’ll find her curled up reading them. …


Akala is a BAFTA and MOBO award-winning hip-hop artist, writer and social entrepreneur, as well as Co-founder of The Hip-Hop Shakespeare Company. He has led innovative projects in the arts, …

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