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Cultural Solidarity Weekender: Jessica and Eric Huntley, The British Struggle, Hip-Hop, Caribbean Food, Grime and Internationalism

31 May 2019 until 30 November -0001
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Friday 31st May

5 – 6PM: Introducing the Huntley’s
Eric Huntley (Co-Founder Bogle-L’Ouverture Press) / Beverley Mason (Chief Executive of Friends of Huntley Archives at LMA) /Michael McMillan (co-curator of No Colour Bar)

6 – 8PM: The Huntley’s and the Struggle in Britain
Suresh Grover (Newham Monitoring Project and Southall Organising) / Gus John (anti-racist organiser, writer and an equality and human rights campaigner)/ Tippa Naphtali (UFFC, 4WardEverUK)

8PM: African Caribbean Pop-Up Restaurant

Saturday 1st June

12PM: Hip hop, Grime and Political Education
Lowkey

2 – 4PM: Internationalism Panel
Chloe Alexander (James Connolly and Scottish & Irish Internationalism) / Imruh Bakari (activist, writer and filmmaker) /Stella Dadzie – Black Women’s Movement /

6PM: African Caribbean Pop-Up Restaurant

8PM: Lowkey Performance
Lowkey

Sunday 2nd June

1PM: Caribbean Cuisine Cooking Demonstration: Food as Therapy Rochelle White and her maw Karen

3PM: Double Book Launch – Margaret Busby’s Daughters of Africa and 50 Years of Bogle-L’Ouverture Press
Margaret Busby

7PM: INJUSTICE Screening with Introduction from the Director, Ken FeroKen Fero, Migrant Media

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Posted by: Sadie Young