Accra, London, New York 

2020  US, UK, GHANA


United States, United Kingdom, Ghana

The Black Frontline #TheBlackFrontline: a global project that frames the COVID19 pandemic through the stories of global Black healthcare workers in the US, the UK and Ghana presented by The Armah Institute of Emotional Justice and COVID Black: A Taskforce on Black Health and Data. 


Using 21st century global technology of voice notes, Black healthcare-workers will record stories of their experiences on the frontline as a nation’s lifeline. Those voice notes will be a research foundation for the creation of this project. A range of healthcare workers will be featured. From nurses in Birmingham in the UK to doctors in Atlanta, to healthcare workers in Accra – The Black Frontline will be a bridge that connects, informs, engages and transforms.


Using the intersecting tools of ‘living data’ and ‘emotional justice,’ AIEJ and COVID Black seek to remedy the trauma of racial injustice manifest in the pandemic by providing a space for global Black expression to speak back to forces that dehumanize and ignore Black people’s lived experiences and emotional lives. You are invited into a world of the colliding realities of structural racism, inequality, gender, health disparities and their manifestations in community, society, nation. It is these intersecting entities that will be revealed through this project that connects narrative, data, lived experience and first-hand voices.


10th Annual International Conference on Emotional Intelligence 

18th -19th March 2021



The 10th Annual International Conference on Emotional Intelligence will be brought to the world by The Society of Emotional Intelligence International: UK & EU (SoEI Int'l UK & EU) in March 2021. This is the first time this international conference, which is normally held every two years in Florida, USA, will make its debut here in London, England. AIEJ is honoured to partner with the Society of Emotional Intelligence International: UK and Europe for this Conference. AIEJ will present ‘The Inclusion of Illusion: who pays, who profits?’. This is AIEJ’s Diversity and Inclusion visionary Emotional Justice work in the UK.   


For more information on how you can attend the conference, become a sponsor or support and be part of this great opportunity:-

Jacqueline A. Hinds MA (HRD) CEIC MCIPD

Founder & CEO: Society of Emotional Intelligence: UK & Europe

Jacqueline Hinds is a Board Member & International Liaison for the ‘Society of Emotional Intelligence International, USA’, and Founder of ‘Wilson Hinds Consulting Ltd’ providing a bespoke service tailored specifically for her clients’ needs.  Jacqueline is a Certified Emotional Intelligence Coach & Leadership Consultant, with over 25 years of knowledge, skills and expertise working within key corporate, public sector and healthcare organisations. And she is the author of ‘Journey to Empowerment: Tackling the Bullies Within.’

2019 GHANA


#IAmUNLEARNING is a groundbreaking project on African manhood and masculinity in Ghana. This multimedia project engages International Men’s Day November 19th, to engage men to UNLEARN SILENCE, REIMAGINE POWER, RECKON WITH AGGRESSION, as part of  the movement to eliminate sexual and gender-based violence in Ghana. The project is NATIONAL, REGIONAL and LOCAL. It works to shift national dialogue on African masculinity, engage community leaders on the ground, and bring the stories of survivors into community.


The #IAmUNLEARNING project is in partnership with Oxford International, The Safe Space Foundation, White Ribbon Ghana and EAA Media Productions.



the STAYED and the STOLEN

Black Portraitures [V]: Memory and the Archive - Past, Present, Future

New York University

'the STAYED and the STOLEN' is a multidisciplinary project exploring the relationship between Africans on the Continent and in the Diaspora with African-Americas and Black people in the Diaspora via mixed media, video, podcast, and panel. 

Part I: the STAYED and the STOLEN video project featured Dr. Joan Morgan and Dr. Treva B. Lindsey. It was presented at Black Portraitures [V] followed by a panel featuring Dr. Joan Morgan


The Emotional Justice Summit

This is an annual summit that focuses on a targeted demographic for reimagining our healing, developing our emotional literacy in order to lead, love, build, engage and organize more sustainably and impactfully.

The 2016 Summit featured: Dr Brittney Cooper, Joan Morgan, asha Bandele.

2013 - 2009 NEW YORK


These were an annual season of intimate public conversations held in New York.  We brought together high-profile contributors from the worlds of art, activism, academia, and journalism. EJconvos were held at The Brecht Forum in Manhattan and The Cultural Center in Harlem.

AIEJ uses creative tools: art, video, podcast, social and traditional media to devise projects and campaigns to engage with and explore our legacy of untreated trauma and the way it shapes how we love, lead, live, build and break down or break through. AIEJ often uses anniversaries as our point of intervention or engagement.


Our aim: reckon, resolve, reimagine


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