Everything we saw at the one-day event in central London that celebrates African culture and generally makes people smile.
"People are here because they lost. That's the problem. The only people who won are the bankers and the racists."
We should probably look at our own role in the destruction of ancient artefacts.
Art activists Luzinterruptus transport a haunting image of the Great Pacific garbage patch to London's famous public forum.
Spoiler: you're going to hate it.
The British Labour Party is having a leadership election and the front-runner makes Bernie Sanders look like Donald Trump.
A group of London squatters called ANAL moved even closer to the Queen last week.
Hans Haacke's new 'Gift Horse' makes some not-so-subtle connections between the financial elite, art, and power.
They stood in silent defiance in Trafalgar Square, pens held aloft.
Would I be able to handle it?
It was the latest show of solidarity for Kurds fighting the Islamic State in Syria.
Thousands of Unionists and Scottish expats gathered in Trafalgar Square last night, so we went along for a chat.