Sunday 19 Oct 2014, 11.00am
The Conway Hall Ethical Society
I am the speaker at this talk for the Society. Coinciding with Black History Month in this talk I will discuss the current issues of racism and its deep roots in the enslavement of African peoples and British imperialism, I will review how the history of Black Britain and anti-racist solidarity can be a useful tool for today’s anti-racists in their quest to create a more just and equal society. I will particularly focus on the period from the 1880s to 1939 introducing us to some of the activists.
Doors 10.30, £3 in advance, £2 concs./Free to Ethical Society members
Tea, Coffee & biscuits will be available.
Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, Holborn.
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