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Harrow African History Month/Season 2017/18 Events inc Xtra History & Reasoning Sessions

Harrow BHM Group

Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 1:00 PM - Monday, July 30, 2018 at 8:30 PM (BST)

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Type End Quantity
Dec. 4 2017, Xtra History Sessions/BBMM@10 2017 Wrap Up & Micro Stall (Kwaku) Dec 4, 2017 Free  
Dec. 4 2017, Xtra History Sessions/BBMM@10 2017 Wrap Up & Micro Stall (Kwaku) Dec 4, 2017 Free  
Nov. 27 2017, African British History: Highlighting Some Myths & Little Known Facts (Kwaku) Nov 27, 2017 Free  
Nov. 20 2017,Will The UN’s International Decade For People Of African Descent (IDPAD) 2015-24 Achieve Its Aims? (Kwaku) Nov 20, 2017 Free  
Nov. 13 2017, Reframing Marcus Garvey In History Part 2 (Everol) Nov 13, 2017 Free  
Nov. 6 2017 Look How Far We’ve Come? Marking Almost 50 Years Since The 1968 Race Relations Act (Kwaku) Nov 6, 2017 Free  
Oct. 30 2017, 6.30-8.30pm From Black History Month To African History Month/Season 30 Years On (Kwaku) Oct 30, 2017 Free  
Oct. 23 2017, 6.30-8.30pm Harrow African History Season 2017/18 Launch (Phillip) Oct 23, 2017 Free  
Oct. 19 2017, 7-9pm A United Kingdom: Special Screening For BHM (Harrow Arts/Kwaku)   more info Oct 19, 2017 Free  

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THE HARROW AFRICAN HISTORY SEASON/XTRA HISTORY & REASONING SESSIONS BOOKING & INFORMATION PAGE
PLEASE NOTE:
i) THERE IS FREE PARKING @ HARROW MENCAP ii) IF LATE, THERE'S A PHONE NUMBER (07492 921 951) PASTED ON DOOR TO CALL FOR DOOR (OR GATE) TO BE OPENED

STOP PRESS: The Harrow African History Season/Xtra History & Reasoning Sesion 2017/18 launches on Monday Oct. 23, 6.30-8.30pm at Harrow Civic Centre, followed by Monday Xtra History Sessions at Harrow Mencap. Watch this space for more information.

Please scroll down and also revisit for programme updates. Sessions generally take place on Mondays, 6.30-8.30pm @ Harrow Mencap. They are free - pre-booking is advised, as space is limited. The Sessions are also family-friendly, so you're welcome to bring the youths, if you want to see them in the house!

Follow us: Facebook  /HarrowBHM and Twitter: @HarrowBHM For more details: harrowBHM@hotmail.com

For full details of our 2016/17 Xtra History & Reasoning Sessions @ Harrow Mencap programme, click here.

You can also check out www.AfricanHistoryPlus.eventbrite.com for more history/community programmes.

The Living History With strand is a Q&A session with someone who is/was part of our history.

The Xtra History & Reasoning Sessions are presented by Akoben Awards in association with BTWSC/African Histories Revisted and Harrow Mencap, and facilitated/curated by music industry and history consultant Kwaku.

Harrow Mencap is less than a 5 minute walk from Harrow On The Hill tube or bus station (see map below)

Dec. 4 2017, Xtra History Sessions/BBMM@10 2017 Wrap Up & Micro Stall (Kwaku)
We end our 2017 history and music events with this round table, where we can discuss any topic, and a social, plus a micro books, vinyl, CDs and DVDs stall. Come and join in the conversation and fun!

Nov. 27 2017, African British History: Highlighting Some Myths & Little Known Facts (Kwaku)
As part of raising awareness of the soon to be published ‘Look How Far We’ve Come: The African British History Primer’, history consultant Kwaku will reveal and debunk a number of often-repeated African British history myths, and also highlight some fascinating little known, did-you-know type facts.

Nov. 20 2017, Will The UN’s International Decade For People Of African Descent (IDPAD) 2015-24 Achieve Its Aims? (Kwaku)
The UN’s International Decade For People Of African Descent (IDPAD) 2015-24 initiative is aimed at redressing, eliminating or mitigating the discrimination and inequality experienced by African people all over the world. History consultant Kwaku will provide a series of audio-visual resources in the public domain as a precursor to interrogating whether IDPAD can achieve its aims.

Nov. 13 2017, Reframing Marcus Garvey In History Part 2 (Everol)
Everol Wilson, author of ‘My Name Is Marcus Garvey’, returns with a presentation that focuses on some of the little knwn facts about the Jamaican-born pan-Africanist leader Marcus Garvey. 

Nov. 6 2017
, Look How Far We’ve Come? Marking Almost 50 Years Since The 1968 Race Relations Act (Kwaku)
The screening of history consultant Kwaku’s vox pops documentary ‘Look How Far We’ve Come: Commentaries On British Society And Racism?’ provides a context for discussing issues of racism in a post-Brexit Britain, nearly 50 years after the enactment of the 1968 Race Relations Act.

Oct. 30 2017, 6.30-8.30pm From Black History Month To African History Month/Season 30 Years On (Kwaku)
In Oct. 1987 Black History Month was launched in the UK. 30 years on, history consultant Kwaku makes the argument for marking an African History Month or Season.

 Phillip family

Oct. 23 2017, 6.30-8.30pm Harrow African History Season 2017/18 Launch (Phillip)
The Philip siblings (Antonio, Marcel & Destiny) will lead the Harrow African History Season 2017/18 launch with a presentation speaking to “Young People’s Perspective: What We’ve Learnt From The Xtra History African History Sessions’. Pencil in the date and do support. This event is at Harrow Civic Centre. Book at: www.HarrowBHM.eventbrite.com

Oct. 19 2017, 7-9pm A United Kingdom: Special Screening For BHM (Harrow Arts/Kwaku)
Harrow Arts is organising, in Association with Harrow BHM Group, Harrow Mencap and Akoben Awards, a screening of the David Oyewolo-starring biopic ‘A United Kingdom’ at Harrow Arts, Hatch End. The film is about the story of Botswana royal heir Serestse Khama and his marriage to the European British secretary Ruth Williams, and the political storm it caused in Britain, South Africa and Botswana. History consultant Kwaku will moderate post-screening Q&A. Click here for more info or to book. Priced £4.
Event takes place at Harrow Arts, Hatch End

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Postponed to early 2018 Ras Seymour McLean In His Own Words (Shango Baku)
Another chance to learn more about Ras Seymour McLean aka The Book Liberator. This time we can find out from his own words, as documented in 'The Magdala Campaign' DVD. Post-screening discussion led by Rastafari writer and actor Bro Shango.

Dec. 4 2017 2017 XTRA History Sessions/BBMM@10 Wrap Up & Micro Stall (Kwaku)
We wrap up our history and music sessions for 2017 with a relaxed round table - we can talk about anything you want - and a social plus a micro stall of books, vinyl, CDs and DVDs.

Nov. 27 2017  African British History: Highlighting Some Myths & Little Known Facts (Kwaku)
As part of raising awareness of the soon to be published 'Look How Far We've Come: The African British History Primer', history consultant Kwaku will reveal and debunk a number of often-repeated African British history myths, and also highlight some fascinating little known, did-you-know type facts.

Nov. 20 2017 Will The UN's International Decade For People Of African Descent (IDPAD) 2015-24 Achieve Its Aims? (Kwaku)
The UN's International Decade For People Of African Descent (IDPAD) 2015-24 initiative is aimed at redressing, eliminating or mitigating the discrimination and inequality experienced by African people all over the world. History consultant Kwaku will provide a series of audio-visual resources in the public domain as a precursor to interrogating whether IDPAD can achieve its aims.

Nov. 13 2017
 Reframing Marcus Garvey In History Part 2 (Everol Willson)
Everol Wilson, author of 'My Name Is Marcus Garvey', returns with a presentation that focuses on some of the little knwn facts about the Jamaican-born pan-Africanist leader Marcus Garvey.

Nov. 6 2017 Look How Far We've Come? Marking Almost 50 Years Since The 1968 Race Relations Act (Kwaku)
The screening of history consultant Kwaku's vox pops documentary 'Look How Far We've Come: Commentaries On British Society And Racism?' provides a context for discussing issues of racism in a post-Brexit Britain, nearly 50 years after the enactment of the 1968 Race Relations Act.

Oct. 30 2017 From Black History Month To African History Month/Season 30 Years On (Kwaku)
In Oct. 1987 Black History Month was launched in the UK. 30 years on, history consultant Kwaku makes the argument for marking an African History Month or Season.

Oct. 23 2017 Harrow African History Season 2017/18 Launch (Phillip)
The Philip siblings (Antonio, Marcel & Destiny) will lead the Harrow African History Season 2017/18 launch with a presentation speaking to "Young People's Perspective: What We've Learnt From The Xtra History African History Sessions'. Pencil in the date and do support. This event is at Harrow Civic Centre.

Oct. 19 2017, 7-9pm A United Kingdom: Special Screening For BHM (Harrow Arts/Kwaku)
Harrow Arts is organising, in Association with Harrow BHM Group, Harrow Mencap and Akoben Awards, a screening of the David Oyewolo-starring biopic 'A United Kingdom' at Harrow Arts, Hatch End. The film is about the story of Botswana royal heir Serestse Khama and his marriage to the European British secretary Ruth Williams, and the political storm it caused in Britain, South Africa and Botswana. History consultant Kwaku will moderate post-screening Q&A. Click here for more info or to book. Priced £4.

For full details of our 2016/17 Xtra History & Reasoning Sessions @ Harrow Mencap programme, click here.


Have questions about Harrow African History Month/Season 2017/18 Events inc Xtra History & Reasoning Sessions? Contact Harrow BHM Group

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Harrow Mencap
3 Jardine House (1st floor)
Harrovian Business Village, Bessborough Road
HA1 3EX Harrow
United Kingdom

Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 1:00 PM - Monday, July 30, 2018 at 8:30 PM (BST)


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Harrow BHM Group

Harrow African/Black History Season 2014/15/16  event managed by Akoben Awards.

Harrow BHM Group

Harrow BHM Group is a community-led steering group which oversees delivery of the African History Season events in Harrow, with input from the Harrow BHM Forum and community organisations. For more information: harrowbhm@hotmail.com.

 

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