Historian and author Norma Gregory presents an illustrated narrative on the struggles and experiences of African Caribbean coal miners from across the UK, unearthed oral history research and photographic evidence, through projects funded by the Heritage Lottery Funded (HLF).
Presented as part of Black History Month 2017, Dreadlocks Story is a historical page which exhibits the bonds of the survival of African and Indian culture in Jamaica in view of upfront anti-slavery and anti-imperialist struggles.
In October 2017, Historians Against Slavery (HAS) will hold its biennial conference outside of the United States for the first time, at the International Slavery Museum (ISM) in Liverpool. The two-day conference will mark the 10th Anniversary of the ISM as well as Black History Month 2017. It is co-hosted by HAS, the ISM, the Centre for the Study of International Slavery (University of Liverpool) and the Antislavery Usable Past project (Universities of Nottingham and Hull).
History of Hip Hop – The Evolution of an Emcee – Overview of the oral traditions, musical, cultural and political movements that have contributed to the evolution of Emceeing so far with guest speaker, Akala.
With ever-increasing funding constraints from ‘traditional’ UK research councils, in addition to the resulting uncertainty in long-term EU funding due to the outcome of the UK Brexit vote, the need for demonstrating the impact of research that goes ‘beyond academia’ has never been greater.
The University of Nottingham is celebrating Black History Month with music, public lectures, open discussion and […]
Appears in Portal pic
Tags: Black and Minority Ethnic, Black History Month, BME, BME Staff Network, Boradway Cinema, Centre for Research in Race and Rights, community, culture, events, film, history, lecture, local, music, New Art Exchange, Nottingham Contemporary, public lecture, Rights and Justice, Rough Trade, Val Watson