OKHA , the queer + Black book club

Friday 27 August 2021

OKHA wants to bring works by African, Caribbean and Afro-Latinx people to the forefront, to provide a space for book lovers and those who never really read to come together and also create a space where we can share perspectives, learnings and experiences orally.


Let’s analyse, educate and build community one tale at a time.

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OKHA means story/tale in the Edo language of Nigeria. It is a new community focused space aiming to bring people together, in particular, queer and black people. We do however, want this to be a fully inclusive space meaning being queer is not a prerequisite for attendance but a clear indication of the tone and energy of the space. OKHA is ever evolving and are constantly learning.

We ask that all our supporters are patient with us and always let us know what we’re missing, what we can do better and how to ensure we keep the ‘us’ and the ‘we’ forever at the centre of what we do

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