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African Jubilee Year 1987-88 @ 30 & 1968 Race Relations Act @ 50 Events

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In 2018 BTWSC/African Histories Revisited is planning on publishing an African British History book, and will focus on delivering African Jubilee Year 1987-88 @ 30 and 1968 Race Relations Act @ 50 events.

Events will be posted on the www.AfricanHistoryPlus.eventbrite.com microsite. For more information: Awula Serwah, btwsc@hotmail.com.

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African Jubilee Year 1987-88 @ 30
events will highlight the African History Month UK @ 30 history and celebrate the African Jubilee Year 1987-88 and the Declaration upon which Black History Month was introduced in Britain in 1987.

1968 Race Relations Act @ 50 events will focus on the Look How Far We've Come... Community Talk strand. This consists of the screening of segments of the 'Look How Far We've Come: Commentaries On British Society & Racism?' DVD*, followed by a discussion on racism and any societal and local issues. To partner in your area for a Look How Far We've Come... Community Talk prgramme: Awula Serwah, btwsc@hotmail.com.

*Click here to view draft trailer of the 'Look How Far We've Come: Commentaries On British Society And Racism?' DVD. It features excerpts from Black Cultural Archive director Paul Reid, former Harrow Mayor & Councillor Lurline Champaignie, academic Prof Paul Gilroy, equality activist Paul Stephenson, broadcaster Henry Bonsu, equality activist Lord Herman Ouseley, community activist Zita Holbourne, politician Diane Abbott MP, politician Dawn Butler MP, community activist Lee Jasper, community activist Brother Omowale, community activist Toyin Agbetu, politician Tony Benn, politician Ken Livingstone, lawyer Lord Anthony Lester QC, politician Keith Vaz MP, politician Lord John Taylor, politician Narendra Makanji, and politician David Lammy MP. The DVD consists of opinions of 64 people drawn from a diverse range of backgrounds. It comes in full pay 1:46:25, part 1 1:02:41 and part 2 0:45:44 options and also serves as a resource for the Look How Far We've Come... Community Talk events.

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