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Black women in East London

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Barking Wharf Square

5 Barking Wharf Square

London

IG11 7ZQ

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Join us for a free family friendly day of talks and activities.

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Discover fascinating Black women from East London, such as Phillis Wheatley, the first published Black woman poet, and Annie Brewster, one of the earliest identified nurses of African descent working in London, and share your own stories with us.

Sew London Project will be running family friendly upcycling workshops during the day. Please bring your own old t-shirts to give them a new life. Workshops from 12-1 and 2.30-3.30. Booking required.

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Barking Wharf Square

5 Barking Wharf Square

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IG11 7ZQ

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Organiser East End Women's Museum

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The East End Women's Museum is a public history project aiming to record, share, and celebrate women’s stories and voices from east London’s history.

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