Latest articles tagged with ‘Panya Banjoko’

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What Solidarity Means to Me: Panya Banjoko

Panya Banjoko shares a story about an experience where it was important to show solidarity.

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Words of Wisdom: The Making of a Collaborative Poem

Poet Panya Banjoko writes about her experience writing a commissioned collaborative poem for the 'Words of Wisdom' project, a project from City Arts...

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Life during Lockdown #9 – Panya Banjoko

In a brilliant piece of writing, Panya Banjoko explains the complexities of her life during lockdown

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Literary Locations #58: Beaconsfield Street, Hyson Green

This week’s literary location is the Association Of Caribbean Family & Friends (ACFF) Education and Culture Centre.

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Young Voices Making Their Mark on the World: Panya's Blog

The Young Voices project takes poets into schools to work with Year 6 children and help them express themselves through creative writing. Panya...

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Life In Lines: Panya Banjoko on Jean Binta Breeze's 'Ordinary Morning'

Our series of short podcasts where Nottingham talks about its favourite poem meets poet Panya Banjoko

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Panya Banjoko on Nottingham and black writing.

Panya Banjoko is an poet, educator and patron of Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature. Here she tells us a little about the challenges black writing...

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