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Intergenerational Trauma


Intergenerational Trauma, with particular a focus on black identity wounding

Commonly cited examples of historical trauma include, the Holocaust and African Slavery, but famine, natural disaster, war, terrorism and displacement, can also produce similar effects of intergenerational trauma

7:30 pm - 10:30 pm | 29 January 2020

Arts & Culture

That’s What She Said LDN: Feat. Birdspeed

Birdspeed is an outstanding award winning artist, known for her ability to captivate audiences by effortlessly weaving poetry, storytelling, satirical humour and movement

7:00 pm - 10:30 pm | 29 January 2020

Music & Festivals

What’s on at the Jazz Cafe: Black Music Round Up

One of London’s most iconic live music venues, plays host to an array of Soul, Reggae, Gospel and R’n’B legends over the coming months

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm | 01 February 2020

Arts & Culture

Mindful Art Class: African Textile Collage

Create a meaningful work of art in a workshop led by artist Birungi Kawooya, in a mindful and inspiring environment.

7:30 pm - 9:00 pm | 05 February 2020

Arts & Culture

RUSH: A Joyous Jamaican Journey

RUSH tells the story of Reggae music from the arrival of the Windrush Generation, and how their stories, history and music have evolved through the decades to take the world by storm

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm | 06 February 2020

Arts & Culture

Black Heritage & Culture in the South West: What’s Next for the Future Decolonial Practice?

This event is about what it means to do racial inclusion work within cultural heritage organisations and sites through a decolonial lens

6:30 pm - 7:45 pm | 06 February 2020


Environmental Racism in the United States

Recent research highlights how the tourist and heritage industry in the American Gulf States is helping conceal environmental racism blighting African American neighbourhoods