The BLK ACT MAPemerged from a series of intergenerational conversations organised by the Foundation.Younger groups of artists, cultural practitioners and activists highlighted the need to set their own agendas within a historical context, and to understand how they connect with earlier generations of culturally diverse artists and intellectuals. Taking a collaborative, intergenerational and peer-led approach, BLK ACT MAPsought to support and promote the visibility of black and brown diaspora resistance through initial research and three commissions.

Find out more about the Black Cultural Activism Map here