pile of good things

highgayden:

It’s really funny to think about it (her fathers activism in the black community) in that respect, because it was just my childhood. It’s something I took for granted growing up, but now I have a huge appreciation for the political climate I grew up in. I was exposed to a lot of very passionate, influential, very highly educated people who were making and shaping the kind of London that I can live in today. That’s such a gift. My father retired when I was quite young - he had us quite late - and I had a very, very hands-on dad, so I had the best of both worlds, I guess.

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absolutelyiris:

BBC - Lenora Crichlow as Shakespeare’s Portia

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this really isn’t acceptable
↳ lenora crichlow

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leneora at the fast girls premiere (07.06.12)

leneora at the fast girls premiere (07.06.12)

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honeyspider:

Fast Girls

"It’s really nice to see British women of colour in really positive leading roles. I don’t think we see that enough. It’s not about creating an issue and it’s not a racially motivated film which is so refreshing. But, at the same time it’s there and it’s representative, and I know from myself as a woman of colour growing up in this country, that’s really important, just to show that without labouring the point."
— Lenora Crichlow on Fast Girls (via sunrayravine)
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11 favourite characters of 2011; Annie Sawyer, Being Human

11 favourite characters of 2011; Annie Sawyer, Being Human

crimson-red:

Lenora Crichlow, Russell Tovey & Sinead Keenan

crimson-red:

Lenora Crichlow, Russell Tovey & Sinead Keenan

via gnimaerd · originally by crimson-red