Akala – In Conversation – Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire

Spoken Word (political, music)

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One of the most important voices in Britain, Akala is a BAFTA and MOBO award-winning hip-hop artist, writer and social entrepreneur. Alongside an extensive and celebrated output as a musician, Akala has produced numerous projects in the arts, education and music worldwide. His online lectures, views and performances have gathered millions of views on YouTube. Natives is the recently published memoir and already a Sunday Times bestseller. These special appearances at Fringe will see Akala discussing topics raised in the celebrated work, alongside other important themes.

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Deadline News (4/5 stars) 71 days ago

AWARD-WINNING hip-hop artist and writer Akala takes to the stage once again to challenge our views on modern society and how we see human beings as a species.

With a particular focus on class, race and a brief note on how colonialism shaped both, this talk cuts through the noise created by the political storm that’s been whipped up in recent years to give people a little plain and simple truth.

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