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Black Soldiers in the First World War 1914- 1919 followed by Screening of Mutiny and Q & A with the producers

Recognize Black Heritage & Culture

Saturday, 22 October 2016 from 13:00 to 16:00 (BST)

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Following on from last year's sold event event we are pleased to host the return of Onyeka Nubia from Narrative Eye as our guest speaker. Providing further details on The First World War In Africa and it's relevence today. Also speaking will be Horace Barnes of The Wawi project; Selena Carty of The Black Poppy Rose project with the event hosted by Garry Stewart of Recognize Black Heritage & Culture.

This is a free event  but please register at https://africancaribbeansoldiersww1.eventbrite.co.uk

Mutiny explores the British Caribbean experience of the First World War and its legacies, as revealed by the last surviving veterans of the British West Indies Regiment. This screening is followed by a talk from the producers of the documentary, Tont  T  & Rebecca Goldstone of Sweet Patootee.

 

 Image credit: From the documentary Mutiny

Interviewee Gershom Browne in 1915 – a Private in the 2nd British West Indies Regiment
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Library of Birmingham, Heritage Learning Space Floor 4
Centenary Square
Broad St
B1 2ND Birmingham
United Kingdom

Saturday, 22 October 2016 from 13:00 to 16:00 (BST)


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Recognize Black Heritage & Culture

Recognize is a community based social enterprise providing a bridge to the African Caribbean community. 

Its aims are:

To promote positive diversity by educating people about the heritage and culture of the African Caribbean community.  

To provide a platform to exhibit the history of the African Caribbean communities and their involvement with the UK and The Empire throughout history.To act as an outreach coordinator with institutions aiming to connect with the hard-to-reach communities.We organise and deliver Cultural events which are about empowering the community and preserving our heritage and culture.  The following are typical events:  community based  events, community trips to places that facilitate learning and cultural enrichment, Black History Month shows celebrating key figures in relation to our culture and heritage as well as presentations 

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