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Secrets of Soho: a Black History Walk

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LSE Library, John Watkins Plaza (by Tembo, the elephant)

Portugal Street

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A guided walk through the streets of Soho as a backdrop to Black History and the intricate web of social, economic and political relations.

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This special walk delves into an amazing depth of Black history between Soho Square and Russell Square. It features:

  • Ancient African civilisations
  • Black Female entrepeneurs
  • The Marcus Garvey connection
  • Academia and the white curriculum
  • Black British Civil rights activists
  • Forgotten African genocide of the 20th century
  • Black women broadcasters
  • Equality in the military
  • Mary Seacole, Walter Rodney, Ivan Van Sertima

This event is part of the Black History Month programme by LSE's EmbRace .

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LSE Library, John Watkins Plaza (by Tembo, the elephant)

Portugal Street

London

WC2

United Kingdom

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