Presented by the Centre for Research in Race Rights in association with Nottingham Contemporary and Renaissance One.
On the 200th anniversary of Bussa’s Uprising to end slavery in Barbados, join us for a day of dialogues and debates on transatlantic slavery and its legacies. Plus an evening of performances with Jean ‘Bint a’ Breeze, SureShot aka Michael Brome, Marcus Joseph and Panya Banjoko.
Free and lunch included. Please register online.
Part of Black History Month 2016. You can keep up to date on events news, comment and profiles on our People and Culture blog, which we will update throughout October. You can also take a look at our gallery of events.
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