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Honey Soap – Palm Oil

Malik Al Nasir

Honey Soap – Palm Oil

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Malik Al Nasir

Honey Soap – Palm Oil

Attracted by the riches of palm oil, the town of Leverville was established in Belgian Congo in 1911 but is now being widely recognised as an incredibly dark period of forced labour and horrific working conditions for the locals. Port Sunlight remains an astounding example of a ‘model village’ but these words poetically explore this stark contrast in the treatment of humans, presenting the ‘typed official news’ followed by the ‘handwritten truth.’

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Special thanks to Mark, Sharon and Margaret of New Ferry CLT and credit for the New Ferry murals referenced in the project to Simon Crabtree (Simple Credit), Paul Curtis (artist) and Jo Bird (Councillor), Colin Dilnot, Rob Gandy (ghost stories), Friends of Dibbinsdale, Mark Evans (owl story), Scirard Lancelyn-Green, Paul Kelly, Brigitte Jurack, Poulton Lancelyn and Spital Residents Facebook Group, Dave Lay and all at the Port Sunlight Village History Group, Lynne Corlett (Pete Burns blessing), Marion Grundy Ridewood, Peter Miller, Alan Smail, Wirral Ranger Service, Agnes Dunn (proof-reading), Laura Brown and Patrick Kirk-Smith (Independents Biennial), all at Field especially Jonny, Jake and Andy, and all the dog walkers of the Dibbinsdale including Lulu, Colin/Ann/Molly/Claude, Hilary/Max/Tilly/Hatty, Alex/Molly, Steve/Hugo, Rolph/Diesel, Lesley/Ozzie, Maureen/Minky/Bramble/Thistle, Peter/Karen/Saffi, Phil/Helen/Dexter/Poppy, Sharon/Paul/Scout, Bill/Jack, Neill/Bailey, Steve/Olly, Lindsay/Chris/Dotty/Roo, Jackie/Charlie, Kev/Charlie, Dave/Lenny, June, Dave/Max/Dougal, Charlotte/Ron, Steve/Rita/Zak/Indy, Julian/Mikyla/Layla, Don/Ann/Bailey, Brian/Pat/Lottie, Billy/Pip, Gill/Dom, Ann/Abby, John/Winston (named after Lennon, not Churchill), Ron/Izzy, Louise/Penny/Gatsby/Buddy/Lola, Tembo, TJ, Little Walt, Archie, Che, Scooby, Fudge and Barry/Lynn/Barnie/Mason/Mojo.


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