October is Black History Month, celebrating and commemorating the contribution made to our society over many years by the African and Caribbean communities. We’ve found 5 free events around London that we think you should check out. 552 more words
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Free WEA Film Screenings for Black History Month, LGBT History Month, Disability History Month & International Women's Day
Black History Month has been celebrated widely for many years honouring the achievements, culture, and the history of black people.
In Southwark, Black History Month has been recognised for over 20 years with a month long programme of exciting and inspirational events and workshops. 23 more words
By Paul Goldfinger, Editor @Blogfinger
(This piece is re-posted. It was first presented on Blogfinger in July, 2014.)
It was Saturday night, July 18, 1925, at 8:15 p.m., when vocalist Paul Robeson and his accompanist Lawrence Brown strode onto the stage of the Great Auditorium to present a concert of “Soul Stirring Negro Spirituals” (1) to an integrated audience of three thousand people. 912 more words