A film screening and discussion with director Linda Aïnouche.
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.
Due to British colonists, Indians and African descendants met in the plantations and created something absolutely unique and indispensable to express what they have been oppressed by.
This is a free event, as part of Black History Month 2017 at the University of Nottingham.
Advanced booking is required — please visit Lakeside Arts to book your place.
22 January — 13 March 2022
29 — 31 January 2022