HEADS UP: Our History Events Stretch Out From September Into December 2021

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If you are interested in any of these Zoom events that aren't yet live, register your expression of interest, in order to be informed, once the bookings are live:

BBM/BMC, BTWSC/African Histories Revisited and partners will deliver two programmes during the AntiUniversity Now Festival Sep. 4-10 2021. We'll repeat 'Music For Causes' (Sep. 6), and 'From Africa To UK/US Popular Music' (Sep. 9). Check: or


We're repeating much of last year's Monday Xtra History Sessions, plus some additions. It takes place on Mondays Sep. 27, Sep. 30), Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Dec. 6, Dec. 13 and Dec. 20 2021, 6-9pm. Check for updates at:

You can book individually or get 30% off if you book the first 11 of the events in one go, by booking MondayXHS2021 1st 11 Events Discount Hub here. Plus 35% off discount by booking all 13 events in one go here.

Confirmed programme:

Sep. 27 What's British African History? A Free Online Discussion Forum. £Free

Sep. 30 (Thursday) Police & Criminalising Of African Youths guest presenter Dr Adam Elliott-Cooper - click here to book

Oct. 4 THE Reggae Fun, History, Music, Quiz & Prizes Event! guest presenter Colin 'CeeBee' Brown - click here to book

Oct. 11 Interrogating Language 4: Identity, Decolonising, Reparations; Araning & Pan-Africanism: Should Africans Have African Names? - click here to book

Oct. 18 London African History Through Representations In The Capital - click here to book

Oct. 25 Today Brixton Is Locked Off: The Day Black Lives Matter Shut Down Brixton

Nov. 1 Where Would Reggae Be If It Were Not For Migration?

Nov. 8 Police & Criminalising Of African Youths 2 guest presenter Cecil Gutzmore - click here to book

Nov. 15 1974: That Carib Club Story And Other Clubland Horror Histories

Nov. 22 Marking The Centenary Of 1921 Pan-African Congress In London

Nov. 29 The True History Of African/Black History Month In The UK

Dec 6 African History In Britain: Those Who Built The Foundation


Dec. 13 The Men With Ships And Preaching Back To Africa Before Marcus Garvey

Dec. 20 UK African Women Self-Organising (Marking the 57th anniversary of the passing of Claudia Jones. Special guests t.b.c)

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