The ‘Breaking the Myths’ exhibition and dissemination event hosted by Diversity House at the Royal Overseas House on 24th October in London turned out to be a fitting occasion to close the two year project. Created to promote awareness of the contribution of Africans in World War One, the exhibition displayed the vast amounts of […]
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Amongst the wealth of activities scheduled during Black History Month, was one in particular which may not have garnered the headlines but was no less significant. The event was held at Parliament on Thursday 25th October and coordinated by the well-connected Mercy Gilbert Francis, an active member of the Operation Black Vote team and a […]
Please find below the list of events by Black History Studies during October and November Tuesday 16th October 2018* – Screening of *’Black London: A Bigger Picture’* from 7pm at St Ann’s Library in Tottenham. Book your FREE ticket here https://blacklondonbhm.eventbrite.co.uk *Thursday 18th October 2018* – Presentation by Black History Studies on *’The Black […]
Diversity House is launching its latest book on the subject of World War One in Africa on 24th October in London at the Overseas House, The Royal Overseas League, 5 Park Place, St James’s Street, London. The book is a collection of 15 essays on why we should remember the contribution and involvement of Africa and […]
As part of the Black History Live project, the Medway African and Caribbean Association (MACA) are hosting ‘Untold Stories’ exhibition at the Historic Chatham Dockyard in Medway, Kent. The exhibition is a culmination of a two year research project to unearth the stories of African and Caribbean people who lived in Kent in past years. On […]