This special edition of the newspaper was produced to accompany Mis(sed) Representations, an exhibition of commissioned photography exploring the representation of sickle cell anaemia, mental health and HIV/AIDS in relation to Black people. Michael McMillan, in an extensive essay, describes the unbalanced and contradictory attention Black people receive in the media on certain health issues by referencing Ntozake Shange, Frantz Fanon, various newspaper articles, and historical precedents for racism and homophobia. In a conversation, Mark Sealy talks with David A. Bailey about the history of the exhibition. Photographs by Mumtaz Karimjee, Alistair Raphael and Dave Lewis. The exhibition, which also included work by Donald Rodney, was first shown at the Jewellery Quarter Business Centre, Birmingham as part of the first Birmingham Photo Fest, organized by Ten.8 magazine in April 1992.
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