NARM African British Civil Rights History + A Focus On Dr Harold Moody

What: NARM African British Civil Rights History + A Focus On Dr Harold Moody

NARM (Naming And Role Model) consultant Kwaku will deliver an inter-active presentation on African British Civil Rights highlighting activists from the NARM book, including Dr Harold Moody of the League Of Coloured Peoples, who lived and worked in Southwark. There will also be an edutainment performance that speaks to the topic by Music4Causes rapper Kimba, followed by a discussion on the life and work of Dr Moody.

When: Sunday Oct. 16, 1.30-4pm

Where: Dulwich Library, 386 Lordship Lane, London SE22 8NB

Cost: Free

To book & for further information: info@btwsc.com

For more details of BTWSC BHM, resources and services: www.btwsc.com/BHM_Projects and http://btwsc.com/BTWSC_Resources_And_Expertise.

 

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  • 26th October 2011 at 7:20 pm
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