Category Archives: Kwaku

Black History Events and News at 1 November

Thursday 12 November. 7.30pm. Masters of the Airwaves  Without pirate radio, British pop music would not contain successful exports such as Sade, Mica Paris, Soul II Soul, Floetry, Dizzee Rascal, Estelle and Emeli Sandé. Chart the history of black music … Continue reading

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Black History Events and News at 4 October

Thursday 8 October. 5.30-7pm. 2000 Years of British Black Music Audio-visual assisted presentation of black music making in the British Isles over two millennia, will also show its engagement with patronage and the music industry. History consultant Kwaku at Woolwich … Continue reading

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