Friday, 4 May 2018

Keeping You In The Loop


Above is the Global African Quad flag - to find out more, please read:


Here are some of our related activities:

Diane Abbott MP At Commonwealth And Windrush Generation Rally On Parliament Square April 30
Youtube

Solidarity With Commonwealth & Windrush Generation Rally April 30 2018
Youtube
http://bit.ly/SUTRWindrush1



Liberation School Session 1: Understanding Trade Unions, Labour Party And Community ActivismApril 14 2018, central London
http://bit.ly/AFJCVLSS1


African & Proud? 2
May 19 2018, central London


London African History Through Representation In The Capital
May 31, central London
http://bit.ly/LDNAfrHis2018


British Black Music Month (BBMM) 2018 Launch/'Britain's Contribution To The Development Of Reggae' Premiere
June 1 2018, central London
http://bit.ly/BBMM2018


BBMM2018 Competition: Win A Pair Of Focus Africa Music Festival 2018 Zimbabwe UK Burkina Faso Tickets
Closing date May 28
http://bit.ly/FocusAMF2018


BBMM2018 Competition: Win One Or Two Positive Vibration: Festival Of Reggae June 8-9 2018 Weekend Tickets
Closing date June 3
http://bit.ly/BBMM2018PosVib


Who I Am & What I Do Networking 9
June 12 2018, Stonebridge
http://bit.ly/WIAAWID9


Britain & Reggae: A Special 50 Year History
June 13, 6-7.30pm














Look: From Empire Windrush To The Commonwealth & Windrush Scandal (1948-2018)

June 15, 5.30-7pm
http://bit.ly/LkEmpWindHack


Look: The Other Windrush Stories!
June 30 2018, central London
http://bit.ly/OtherWindrush


BBMM2018: Submit Your Favourite British Reggae Track
Closing date: June 24 2018
http://bit.ly/BritReg2018


International Reggae Day London 2018
July 1 2018, central London
http://bit.ly/IRDLDN2018



1968 RRA @ 50: Exploring Race Laws, History And Practice
July 2 2018
Harrow On The Hill 



Talking Copyright: On A Reggae Tip
July 20 2018, Angel


BBMM2018 Making Sense Of How The Music Industry Works
July 28, Harrow In The Hill


Black Music Records & African Crafts Fair IX
July 29, Harrow On The Hill


The Marcus Garvey Annual Pan-Africanism Presentation 2018
Aug. 17 2018, Willesden Green
http://bit.ly/MGPAAP2018

August 23: Marcus Garvey And The Significance Of August Within Global African History
Aug. 24, venue TBC
http://bit.ly/Aug232018

African History Reflection Day: From Empire Windrush, Bristol Bus Boycott To Stephen Lawrence
Aug. 31 2018, Harrow On The Hill


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