Launch of the ‘Black Cultural Activism Map’ by Stuart Hall Foundation

Saturday 13th October 2018, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM @ Platform Theatre, 1 Handyside Street, London N1C 4AA

Join us for the launch of Black Cultural Activism Map, the first of a two-part series of events celebrating and connecting visions, stories, lessons and legacies of Black and Brown cultural resistance in the UK. The Stuart Hall Foundation has commissioned young artists, activists, designers and researchers to explore moments of cultural resistance in the UK through individuals, organisations and political interventions.

This launch event will bring together three of the commissioned arts collectives Skin Deep, Voices that Shake! and RECLAIM for a dynamic afternoon of performances, film screenings, artistic presentations, panel discussions, singing for justice and more. We call this the Black Cultural Activism Map to honour the legacies of political blackness from which we have grown. We wish to be inclusive of black, brown and diasporic peoples. We recognise that our work is part of an ongoing conversation.

Standard tickets are £10 / £6 Concessions available from eventbrite.