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Look How Far We’ve Come…Exploring African British Histories

A presentation that exposes over 1000 years of African British histories

Look How Far We’ve Come…Exploring African British Histories
A free, inter-generational audio-visual presentation by history consultant Kwaku, in which he focuses on and beyond his work in progress* in order to map out more than a millennium of African British histories. Includes a Q&A. Light refreshments provided.

*Look How Far We’ve Come… is a book and DVD resource set for release in February 2014. It covers Black History Month, the Bristol Bus Boycott, and Black Sections, but also highlights racism, education, police, etc.


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Date and Time:

24 October 2013 at 6:30 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



Westminster Reference Library
35 Saint Martin's Street

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