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lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown
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Lorna Hamilton-Brown
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I'm a knitting evangelist & artist. My artwork provides social comment. Lecturer / History of Black knitting researcher / champion of black knitters.
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown This is relevant to the debate in the knitting community - check out @novareidofficial she is a #diversitychampion 
#blackknittersofinstagram #diversknitty #knittersofinstagram 
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We don’t make change by doing things to way they’ve always been done.  I’m taking part in a campaign over on @nu_bride to lead the wedding  industry media and businesses to better inclusion. The wedding industry for too long has been complicit in enabling inequality and not actively reflecting the amazing human beings who are lucky enough to marry. I’ll be sharing videos, answering diversity questions, ALL DAY elevating voices from others and encouraging you to prioritise diversity, have uncomfortable conversations and lead by example to improve diversity. Here’s a short clip on “why diversity matters” from our discussion panel at #nubridetheweddingshow and my call to action for you to lead by example. Change starts with us. Hit play. And DM me or hit the link in my profile for more info on how I can help you with diversity efforts and consultancy. . Full clip in IGTV
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Incredible Panelist’s @johnnassari  @bbpro_adeolagboyega for @bobbibrownuk @patchwork_it me presenter @claireclottey  video @tellyourstory.photography  production @lightmotifprod  flower wall @emmasoulsby  venue @labs_worldwide
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Posted at: 2019-05-21 14:57:25
This is relevant to the debate in the knitting community - check out @novareidofficial she is a #diversitychampion #blackknittersofinstagram #diversknitty #knittersofinstagram #Repost @novareidofficial with @get_repost ・・・ We don’t make change by following each other like sheep. . . We don’t make change by staying silent on issues that matter. . . We don’t make change by doing things to way they’ve always been done. I’m taking part in a campaign over on @nu_bride to lead the wedding industry media and businesses to better inclusion. The wedding industry for too long has been complicit in enabling inequality and not actively reflecting the amazing human beings who are lucky enough to marry. I’ll be sharing videos, answering diversity questions, ALL DAY elevating voices from others and encouraging you to prioritise diversity, have uncomfortable conversations and lead by example to improve diversity. Here’s a short clip on “why diversity matters” from our discussion panel at #nubridetheweddingshow and my call to action for you to lead by example. Change starts with us. Hit play. And DM me or hit the link in my profile for more info on how I can help you with diversity efforts and consultancy. . Full clip in IGTV . Incredible Panelist’s @johnnassari @bbpro_adeolagboyega for @bobbibrownuk @patchwork_it me presenter @claireclottey video @tellyourstory.photography production @lightmotifprod flower wall @emmasoulsby venue @labs_worldwide
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown This is so sad - much work needs to be done in the black community. We say #blacklivesmatter and then we can stand and watch /film as a member of our community is attacked by members of the black community. I’ve read horrible comments saying she deserved it as she was #transgender - No she didn’t.  You might not agree / like the way someone lives their life but that doesn’t give you the right to kill them. Are we going to condone this? I’m not! - #blackknittersofinstagram 
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#MuhlaysiaBooker, 23, A transgender woman whose brutal beating in Dallas was recorded on video last month was found fatally shot and lying face down in the road on Saturday... soo effing sad. 💔💔💔#translivesmatter #tpoc #lgbt #pride #blacktranslivesmatter
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Posted at: 2019-05-21 14:15:15
This is so sad - much work needs to be done in the black community. We say #blacklivesmatter and then we can stand and watch /film as a member of our community is attacked by members of the black community. I’ve read horrible comments saying she deserved it as she was #transgender - No she didn’t. You might not agree / like the way someone lives their life but that doesn’t give you the right to kill them. Are we going to condone this? I’m not! - #blackknittersofinstagram #Repost @revderekterry with @get_repost ・・・ #MuhlaysiaBooker, 23, A transgender woman whose brutal beating in Dallas was recorded on video last month was found fatally shot and lying face down in the road on Saturday... soo effing sad. 💔💔💔#translivesmatter #tpoc #lgbt #pride #blacktranslivesmatter
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown In the knitting community the fight for #equalrights is a painful one and comes with a cost. I know I feel at times I can’t carry on - why bother - I cry with those who are hurting because they have spoken up, shared their stories only to be ignored, been silenced or are afraid to join the debate, but let’s keep going because #achangegonecome - The talented @xavian.lewis expresses the emotions I feel  so beautifully 💙💙💙 #Repost @xavian.lewis with @get_repost
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Sometimes you just got to sing your pain😭. If you want the rest of it, go to YouTube 👍🏾 @xavian.lewis 
#TheLewisBrand #BlackHistoryMonth #achangeisgonnacome #SamCooke #voiceviral #blessedtalents 
vid. creds: @babyy.doll_
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#blackknittersofinstagram #diversknitty #bipocknitters
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Posted at: 2019-05-18 11:32:54
In the knitting community the fight for #equalrights is a painful one and comes with a cost. I know I feel at times I can’t carry on - why bother - I cry with those who are hurting because they have spoken up, shared their stories only to be ignored, been silenced or are afraid to join the debate, but let’s keep going because #achangegonecome - The talented @xavian.lewis expresses the emotions I feel so beautifully 💙💙💙 #Repost @xavian.lewis with @get_repost ・・・ Sometimes you just got to sing your pain😭. If you want the rest of it, go to YouTube 👍🏾 @xavian.lewis #TheLewisBrand #BlackHistoryMonth #achangeisgonnacome #SamCooke #voiceviral #blessedtalents vid. creds: @babyy.doll_ - #blackknittersofinstagram #diversknitty #bipocknitters
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown I thought I knew that face - Dean Gaffney - Robbie @deangaffney1 from #Eastenders #stormzyfan #blastfromthepast - where’s Wellard 😂merkynews #merky #StormzyxRelentless @relentlessenergydrink #stormzy #blackknittersofinstagram
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Posted at: 2019-05-17 00:27:14
I thought I knew that face - Dean Gaffney - Robbie @deangaffney1 from #Eastenders #stormzyfan #blastfromthepast - where’s Wellard 😂merkynews #merky #StormzyxRelentless @relentlessenergydrink #stormzy #blackknittersofinstagram
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown I just met @stormzy at his pop up Merky News Shop at 52 Brewer Street, Soho. Showed him my design for a knitted portrait of him and asked his permission to recreate it - and he agreed. I have maximum respect for Stormzy - he doesn’t wait to be asked to the table he creates his own. So great that he will headlining #glastonbury  this year. #merkynews #merky #StormzyxRelentless @relentlessenergydrink #blackknittersofinstragram #diversknitty #blackgirlsknit #blackpeopledoknit #stormzy #grime #portraitart #knittersofinstagram #knittersofravelry #knittersofravelry #knittingaintwack #bipocinfiber #blackgirlsmagic #representationmatters #blackbritish
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Posted at: 2019-05-16 18:49:36
I just met @stormzy at his pop up Merky News Shop at 52 Brewer Street, Soho. Showed him my design for a knitted portrait of him and asked his permission to recreate it - and he agreed. I have maximum respect for Stormzy - he doesn’t wait to be asked to the table he creates his own. So great that he will headlining #glastonbury this year. #merkynews #merky #StormzyxRelentless @relentlessenergydrink #blackknittersofinstragram #diversknitty #blackgirlsknit #blackpeopledoknit #stormzy #grime #portraitart #knittersofinstagram #knittersofravelry #knittersofravelry #knittingaintwack #bipocinfiber #blackgirlsmagic #representationmatters #blackbritish
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown I have learnt so much from @little_kotos_closet about the #culturalappropriation of the #kimono - If you haven’t already check out her informative posts 💙
#Repost @little_kotos_closet with @get_repost
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Mini-series continued: Another FAQ connected to these conversations about the cultural appropriation of the kimono is...
What about non-Japanese heritage BIPOC wearing traditional Japanese garments?

I have received several DM’s from non-Japanese heritage #BIPOC about wearing yukata, haori, and kimono. My honest answer is I don’t know, I think each person needs to come to their own decision that feels right. I can share right now that it feels very different in my heart when I see a person of color wearing for instance, a yukata, than when I see a white person wearing a yukata, because of how race and power are inextricably linked.

I do think that BIPOC can participate in cultural appropriation (I’ve done it and learned some important lessons), and there are nuances based on power, privilege, proximity to whiteness, and historical and present day relationships between the person’s own origin cultures and Japanese culture.

For me personally, I care more about white people doing the work to be mindful about cultural appropriation because they are the dominant group at a global level. White people benefit from institutional racism and white privilege, period.

I will share one instance of what I feel is inter-cultural celebration: The Wafrica kimono collection by Tokyo-based Cameroonian designer, Serge Mouangue in collaboration with Kururi, a Japanese kimono designer.

If you spend time in Japan you will most likely learn or see that there are many people living particularly in Tokyo, who are originally from west African countries. To me, this collection and collaboration is not cultural appropriation because of the power dynamic between Japan and #westAfrican countries and the people who have immigrated from west African countries to live in Japan and Japanese heritage people in Japan. 
Mouangue calls it, “a third aesthetic” and frankly, it takes my breath away.

See her original post for all the images
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Posted at: 2019-05-14 14:46:07
I have learnt so much from @little_kotos_closet about the #culturalappropriation of the #kimono - If you haven’t already check out her informative posts 💙 #Repost @little_kotos_closet with @get_repost ・・・ Mini-series continued: Another FAQ connected to these conversations about the cultural appropriation of the kimono is... What about non-Japanese heritage BIPOC wearing traditional Japanese garments? I have received several DM’s from non-Japanese heritage #BIPOC about wearing yukata, haori, and kimono. My honest answer is I don’t know, I think each person needs to come to their own decision that feels right. I can share right now that it feels very different in my heart when I see a person of color wearing for instance, a yukata, than when I see a white person wearing a yukata, because of how race and power are inextricably linked. I do think that BIPOC can participate in cultural appropriation (I’ve done it and learned some important lessons), and there are nuances based on power, privilege, proximity to whiteness, and historical and present day relationships between the person’s own origin cultures and Japanese culture. For me personally, I care more about white people doing the work to be mindful about cultural appropriation because they are the dominant group at a global level. White people benefit from institutional racism and white privilege, period. I will share one instance of what I feel is inter-cultural celebration: The Wafrica kimono collection by Tokyo-based Cameroonian designer, Serge Mouangue in collaboration with Kururi, a Japanese kimono designer. If you spend time in Japan you will most likely learn or see that there are many people living particularly in Tokyo, who are originally from west African countries. To me, this collection and collaboration is not cultural appropriation because of the power dynamic between Japan and #westAfrican countries and the people who have immigrated from west African countries to live in Japan and Japanese heritage people in Japan. Mouangue calls it, “a third aesthetic” and frankly, it takes my breath away. See her original post for all the images
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown Enam Gbewonyo’s new performance piece - showcased at this year’s #veniceBiennale Nude Me/Under the Skin: The Awakening of Black Women’s Visibility one Pantyhose at a time’ combines handknitting and #nudethights “It is an investigation into hosiery. Particularly how this seemingly simple garment, a staple of western women’s wardrobe has for the black woman been another mode of marginalisation, ostracisation and castration. Further by delving beneath the skin, makes the statement we are all the same. The explored themes are expanded to include sustainability, dance and performance as well as delving into the history of slavery and its hidden role in the story” I think it would be great to have this performance at one of the large knitting festival such as @vogueknitlive @perthfestivalofyarn - there are a growing number of #blackartists who incorporate #knit in their practice - myself included 💙 
#blackknittersofinstagram #diversknitty #blackbritishartists #blackgirlsknit #blackpeopledoknit #knittersofinstagram #knittersofravelry #representationmatters
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Posted at: 2019-05-12 09:59:43
Enam Gbewonyo’s new performance piece - showcased at this year’s #veniceBiennale Nude Me/Under the Skin: The Awakening of Black Women’s Visibility one Pantyhose at a time’ combines handknitting and #nudethights “It is an investigation into hosiery. Particularly how this seemingly simple garment, a staple of western women’s wardrobe has for the black woman been another mode of marginalisation, ostracisation and castration. Further by delving beneath the skin, makes the statement we are all the same. The explored themes are expanded to include sustainability, dance and performance as well as delving into the history of slavery and its hidden role in the story” I think it would be great to have this performance at one of the large knitting festival such as @vogueknitlive @perthfestivalofyarn - there are a growing number of #blackartists who incorporate #knit in their practice - myself included 💙 #blackknittersofinstagram #diversknitty #blackbritishartists #blackgirlsknit #blackpeopledoknit #knittersofinstagram #knittersofravelry #representationmatters
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown I’m doing some new research about #blackknitters in fiction. I know of Hortense Roberts in #andrealevy #smallisland and Knitting Annie in #breenaclarke #standthestorm if you know of any others please let me know - thank you 🥰
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#blackknittersofinstgram #blackgirlsknit #blackgirlscrochet #knittersofinstagram #knittersofRavelry #diversknitty #menwhoknit #guyswhoknit #knittinginfiction #knittingcharacters #handknitting #knittinginnovels
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Posted at: 2019-05-09 13:49:20
I’m doing some new research about #blackknitters in fiction. I know of Hortense Roberts in #andrealevy #smallisland and Knitting Annie in #breenaclarke #standthestorm if you know of any others please let me know - thank you 🥰 - #blackknittersofinstgram #blackgirlsknit #blackgirlscrochet #knittersofinstagram #knittersofRavelry #diversknitty #menwhoknit #guyswhoknit #knittinginfiction #knittingcharacters #handknitting #knittinginnovels
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown I love this 🙌🏾🖤 So much of history is written from the white gaze we need our #blackarchaeologists - in terms of the history of knitting we certainly do 👌🏾#blackknittersofinstagram #blackgirlsknit #blackgirlscrochet #blackpeopledoknit 
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William and Mary’s first African American PhD in Archaeology...(crown me) #coronation #blackphilosophy #blackarchaeologists #blackscholars #blackanthropology #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlsrock #blackwomenphds #phdstudentlife #dissertationlife #archaeology #anthropology #blackhistory365 #blackhistory #cite #africanamerican #africanamericanliterature #webdubois #webduboiscenter #naturalhair #teamnatural #blackarchaeologist #womenempowerment #citeblackwomen #blackexcellence
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Posted at: 2019-05-07 08:18:16
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown Congratulations Malene - Designer of the year  2019 🙌🏾 💙#Repost @malenebatelier with @get_repost
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Yep! That’s me on the cover of @interiorssources magazine. I’m still pinching myself. I received a phone call last December, while winding up my ceramic residency  @greenwichhousepottery, with the news that I was being named Designer of the Year 2019. I had also just launched the @badguild — so much was going on. When I got the call I had to ask the editor to repeat the message! For me, the moment I’d been working towards for the past 20 plus years had finally arrived. The dream boards I’d created years ago were finally a reality. I know I earned every bit of this recognition and I’m not going to say I don’t deserve this or that etc..Hell yeah I do! I’ve worked hard and continue to work towards excellence. When I shared the news with one of my old time friends she said, “It’s about time.” Yep! I couldn’t agree more. Many thanks to Interiors +Sources magazine for sharing my story and supporting my talent. And to the community, thank you for continuing to cheer me on and I hope this moment empowers you to believe in yourself. I’m a cover gal! Time to celebrate!! #designeroftheyear
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#covergirl #artist #designer #blackartist #blackdesigner #focused #artismylife #design #livetodesign #mylife #rugdesigner #artistlife #badguild #modernartist #contemporarydesigner #livingauthentically #careergoals  #creativeentrepreneur
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Posted at: 2019-05-07 00:32:57
Congratulations Malene - Designer of the year 2019 🙌🏾 💙#Repost @malenebatelier with @get_repost ・・・ Yep! That’s me on the cover of @interiorssources magazine. I’m still pinching myself. I received a phone call last December, while winding up my ceramic residency @greenwichhousepottery, with the news that I was being named Designer of the Year 2019. I had also just launched the @badguild — so much was going on. When I got the call I had to ask the editor to repeat the message! For me, the moment I’d been working towards for the past 20 plus years had finally arrived. The dream boards I’d created years ago were finally a reality. I know I earned every bit of this recognition and I’m not going to say I don’t deserve this or that etc..Hell yeah I do! I’ve worked hard and continue to work towards excellence. When I shared the news with one of my old time friends she said, “It’s about time.” Yep! I couldn’t agree more. Many thanks to Interiors +Sources magazine for sharing my story and supporting my talent. And to the community, thank you for continuing to cheer me on and I hope this moment empowers you to believe in yourself. I’m a cover gal! Time to celebrate!! #designeroftheyear 📷 @alaricphoto 👗 @dericacolewash 💄 @mua_dre . Full Article, Link in Bio . . . #covergirl #artist #designer #blackartist #blackdesigner #focused #artismylife #design #livetodesign #mylife #rugdesigner #artistlife #badguild #modernartist #contemporarydesigner #livingauthentically #careergoals #creativeentrepreneur
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown Be yourself as you can do it better than anyone else - I love how @tenientertainer is cutting her own groove 👌🏾#blackgirlmagic -
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“There’s an assumption that women have to look a certain way to be feminine, but I don’t want to conform to that stereotype,” @tenientertainer says. “My thing is this: You don’t get to decide how I choose to live my life. I’m being me, respect that.” In a scene largely dominated by braggadocious men, @tenientertainer presents a refreshing counterpoint. Where other afrobeats stars are infusing their sound with international flavors—Caribbean soca or Southern trap, for example—the singer is among a burgeoning new wave of artists mining Nigeria’s rich musical past. “Fargin,” the breakout hit that put Apata on the map (she was signed after the Instagram video of her singing it went viral), draws on the spirited melodies of ’70s and ’80s fuji and juju legends, such as King Sunny Ade, Ebenezar Obey, and King Wasiu Ayinde. And yet there is a decidedly pointed message simpering beneath the song’s lilting harmonies. Switching between Yoruba and Pidgin and English, Apata calls out lecherous “uncles” who prey on young women, exposing hypermasculine posturing with incisive wit. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @bailikedubai
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Posted at: 2019-05-04 19:52:16
Be yourself as you can do it better than anyone else - I love how @tenientertainer is cutting her own groove 👌🏾#blackgirlmagic - #Repost @voguemagazine with @get_repost ・・・ “There’s an assumption that women have to look a certain way to be feminine, but I don’t want to conform to that stereotype,” @tenientertainer says. “My thing is this: You don’t get to decide how I choose to live my life. I’m being me, respect that.” In a scene largely dominated by braggadocious men, @tenientertainer presents a refreshing counterpoint. Where other afrobeats stars are infusing their sound with international flavors—Caribbean soca or Southern trap, for example—the singer is among a burgeoning new wave of artists mining Nigeria’s rich musical past. “Fargin,” the breakout hit that put Apata on the map (she was signed after the Instagram video of her singing it went viral), draws on the spirited melodies of ’70s and ’80s fuji and juju legends, such as King Sunny Ade, Ebenezar Obey, and King Wasiu Ayinde. And yet there is a decidedly pointed message simpering beneath the song’s lilting harmonies. Switching between Yoruba and Pidgin and English, Apata calls out lecherous “uncles” who prey on young women, exposing hypermasculine posturing with incisive wit. Tap the link in our bio to read more. Photographed by @bailikedubai
lhamiltonbrown Lorna Hamilton-Brown Following on from my dissertation ‘Myth Black People Don’t Knit’ I have been add our images into the #historyofknitting - going through old knitting books and making them more #inclusive - this is my version of ‘The Woolco Girl’ from the ‘Woolco #knitting & #crocheting manual’ - F.W. Woolworth Co 1916 - more images to follows 😍#blackpeopledoknit #blackknittersofinstagram #knittersofinstagram #blackgirlsknit #blackgirlscrochet #crochetersofinstagram #blackgirlmagic #representationmatters #diversknitty #blackwomen #blackhistory #afro #handknitting #knittinghistory #blackbritishartists
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Posted at: 2019-05-03 21:00:13
Following on from my dissertation ‘Myth Black People Don’t Knit’ I have been add our images into the #historyofknitting - going through old knitting books and making them more #inclusive - this is my version of ‘The Woolco Girl’ from the ‘Woolco #knitting & #crocheting manual’ - F.W. Woolworth Co 1916 - more images to follows 😍#blackpeopledoknit #blackknittersofinstagram #knittersofinstagram #blackgirlsknit #blackgirlscrochet #crochetersofinstagram #blackgirlmagic #representationmatters #diversknitty #blackwomen #blackhistory #afro #handknitting #knittinghistory #blackbritishartists

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