Arts & Culture

African History and Representation across London

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | 31 May 2020
Online | Free

African history and representations across London incredibly spans over two millennia!

In this event, History consultant Kwaku will show excerpts and images from his ‘African History Through Representation In The Capital’ documentary.

The African Jubilee Year Declaration, called for the promotion of positive imagery, achievements and contributions of Africans at home and abroad, including naming buildings, parks, monuments and streets after notable Africans.

It’s a participatory forum, where attendees will contribute to the discussions by asking questions, and mentioning London’s African-related artefacts and representations that they know.

Link to register here 

This event is presented by BTWSC – which is a pan-London voluntary organisation that uses the creative arts to develop potential, raise aspirations, and promote social inclusion. It works with youths, adults and inter-generational audiences. Its core areas of delivery cover music industry, event planning, and African history education and programmes

Image credit: ‘The Endangered Rhino’ by South African based artist Sonny 

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