Dr. Lez speaks on Whiteness, history and identity, in the New Testament Church of God. Click links below:

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Dr. Lez OPeration Black Vote profie click here

Resisting The System: Reggae in the 21st century trailers...Media Junior Kelly Original trailer

Dr. Lez Henry at the Reggae University, Rototom Reggae Sunsplash # 16 in Osoppo Italy, 7th July here

BLAK Friday insights: clickhere Hakim Film Masons

Brother Paliani discussing Rastafari and the post-colonial struggles in Malawi click here

Bro Mohamad Yassine on Zimbabwe and conflict resolution in Afrika click here

Dr. Lez and Sister Trish here

Dr. Lez on BBC News 24 speaking on youth crime... click here

Dr. Lez speaking on GOAL here

Dr Lez Video on here

Dr. Lez Video on the Abolition of Chattel here

People With Voices - Dr Lez on Bro Michael here

Southwark Black parents Forum...Click here

Dr Lez Myspace...Click here

NIEC Stop Blaming the here

Family Health Isis... Click Here

Book Tour Whiteness Made Simple - Stepping into the grey zone. Dr. William (LEZ) Henry

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What the deejay said: online reviews

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Caribbean Beat Review



What happens when you get a group of 15-17 year olds to research a hidden history of Reggae Dancehall Culture in London during the 1970s and 1980s? Nu-Beyond ran a summer project in which they gave 10 young people the opportunity to find out about their past in a local context. The young people received training at Goldsmiths College, University Of London, in research methods, interviewing techniques, documentary script writing and film making techniques. For the documentary and the other cultural artefacts they produced, they interviewed 32 people, most of whom were artists on reggae sound systems during this era. They then used this information along with research from secondary sources to create a ground breaking documentary, CD rom and website. Please contact for further information and copies of the DVD available from the Merachandise page.

The research project was funded by The Heritage Lottery Fund and raises awareness of the importance of the Reggae-dancehall scene in the late 1970s to late 1980s and its role in shaping the cultural practices of Caribbean migrants and their subsequent generations.

It also details how the Reggae scene has had a significant, yet seldomly acknowledged, influence on contemporary popular culture. It focuses on personal testimonies, photographic evidence, music, fashion, and the cultural politics of the time, to locate its worth to our contemporary national heritage.

The research detailed how particular black identities in Britain were developed and expressed through the utilisation of Creolised languages in an urban context, and how these languages, when performed in the Reggae-dancehall, presented more realistic accounts of the experiences of the black or minority ethnic communities in post war Britain.


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