(From BCA website)
Darcus Howe Tribute Evening a
9 April. 7-9.30pm
Black Cultural Archives, Windrush Square, Brixton
Black Cultural Archives has organised an outdoor tribute evening to commemorate the contribution made by Darcus Howe, who lived in Norbury.
It includes viewing Mangrove Nine archive materials and display, tributes, and film screenings of Mangrove 9 and Travels With My Camera: Is This My Country?
“Darcus Howe, highly intellectual, undeterred activist against racial injustice in Britain, will live on in the DNA of those of us living through the 1960s in London. We should always remember this. Thank you Darcus, you made a difference for all of us.” Dawn Hill, Chair of Black Cultural Archives.
Darcus Howe’s death has led to a wide range of new reports and appreciations in the media across the world, including The Daily Mail, The Evening Standard, The Independent, The Times, The Telegraph, The Scottish Sunday Herald, ITV news, Fox News, Sky News Japan Times, Holywood Reporter and The Irish Times.
Simon Woolley of Operation Black Vote:
Brian Richardson of Stand Up Against Racism:
Various people on Media Diversified:
Madeline Heneghan on Counterfire:
There are a large number of videos on YouTube featuring and about him.
Robin Bumce & Paul Field. Darcus Howe. A Political Biography.
(Bloomsbury Publishing. 2013)