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Frantz Fanon film plus Q&A at African Odysseys BFI Southbank Q&A after screening of Black Skin,White Masks by Isaac Julien on Saturday 10th February 2018 with Kunle Olulode, director of Voice4Change, Cecil Gutzmore, lecturer and activist, Tony Warner and Samenua Sesher, writer, coach and culture management consultant (Blade of Grass)
BLACK PANTHER Special screening Genesis cinema Sunday 11th February 2018 Black History Walks presents a special African Odysseys community screening of the eagerly anticipated Black Panther movie with a panel of experts to discuss the history, impact and future of this and other African superheroes. Feel free to cosplay (dress ...
Blacks Britannica. Panel Q&A part of African Odysseys @BFIsouthbank 28 January 2017. Intro and Q and A panel for the revolutionary film by David Koff that was banned in 1978 then bought by Channel 4 but never shown. The documentary shows a host of Black British civil rights activists ...
Black Historical Superheroes Calendar 2018 A different Black history fact for every day of the year and 12 real Black historical heroes portrayed as superheroes. More from raisingblackachievement.com
Queen Nzinga Lectures (14) African Hair Police: Death and discrimination Pt 1/2 Queen Nzingha Lecture series(14) African Hair Police : Death and Discrimination on your head by Kandace Chimbiri
Saturday 12 April 2014 2.00pm to 5.30pm.
Queen Nzinga was an African Queen who fought against the European invasion of southern Africa (Congo/Angola). ...
Gary Younge and Professor Gus John on Black British Civil Rights Professor Gus John is interviewed by Gary Younge onstage after a screening of a film about Black British Civil Rights 50 Years of Struggle at the BFI Southbank on 14th March 2015
Black Presence in the National Gallery Tour Sample of our Black History Walk in the National Gallery. One Sunday per month
Dr Michelle Asantewa and Tony Warner talk about STEP, the dance documentary @BFI African Odysseys @BFI screens amazing black films from all over the world on a monthly basis. Here is part of a post screen discussion on STEP the dance documentary released in 2017
Historian Dr Ama Biney on Nzingha, Warrior Queen of Angola As part of the African Odysseys film programme at BFI Southbank ; we screened Nzingha, Warrior Queen of Angola the true story of the 17th century African Queen/General who led her troops into battle to save her people from Portuguese ...
Black British War memorial by Nubian Jak Thousands are expected to gather in Windrush Square in Brixton, South London, on Thursday, June 22 2017 for the unveiling of a memorial to commemorate the two million African and Caribbean military servicemen and women who served in World War ...
Dr Strange movie breakdown clip Dr Strange Black History movie breakdown clip. Black History Walks hosts hosts monthly film analysis events on Hollywood blockbusters from an African perspective.
Sisters in Science Fiction: Writers Pt 2/2 Tosin Coker Recorded 17 March 2017.
Black History Walks hosted the first of 12 'Sisters in Science Fiction' events which focus on Black women in a variety of speculative fiction areas. In this first session, Writers, we look at the work of ...
Sisters in Science Fiction: Writers Pt 1/2 Felisha Recorded 17 March 2017. Black History Walks hosted the first of 12 'Sisters in Science Fiction' events which focus on Black women in a variety of speculative fiction areas. In this first session, Writers, we look at the work of ...
New York's Central Park was a Black Village: Seneca Seneca Village a predominately African American settlement was located in what is now known as Central Park. Under the policy 'eminent domain' known in England as 'Compulsory Purchase Orders' the village was destroyed
Slave Songbook : Origin of the negro Spiritual Excerpt from PBS documentary History Dectectives Slave Songbook tracing the development of Negro Spirituals and cultural connections to Africa
The Original Moonwalk (Bill Bailey) The man who did the moonwalk long before Michael Jackson
History of Samba and its African roots Trailer for new film by Anderson Coutinho Damas do Samba about the black women who created Samba
Charles Brooks Street Sweeper Truck Inventor The Black man who invented the improved street sweeper truck
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Nzingha Lectures 10 Psychology, Media and Health. Dr Jude-Smith Rachelle Queen Nzingha lecture 10, Media, Psychology and Health with Dr Jude Smith Rachele
Saturday 28 September at Birkbeck, University of London
Media, Psychology and Health
Dr Jude Smith Rachele is the organiser of the premiere and discussion of the film ...
Nzingha lecture 10. Cancer: What Black Women need to know ! Abi Begho, Director of the Lake Foundation on 10 things Black women need to know about Cancer. One of the Queen Nzingha lecture series
Queen Nzinga was an African Queen who fought against the European invasion of southern Africa (Congo/Angola). ...
Black History Calendar 2014 Fantastic Black History Calendar for 2014 from Neil Mayers of www.raisingblackachievement.com and www.giftedatprimary.com perfect for Xmas presents
Nzinga Lectures (6) The Impact of Hip-Hop on White Masculinities Nzingha lecture 6 (extract) Senior Lecturer Veronica Mason on The Impact of Hip Hop on White Masculinities
Queen Nzinga was an African Queen who fought against the European invasion of southern Africa (Congo/Angola). The Queen Nzinga lecture series will feature ...
Nzingha Lecture 7. Sex, Violence and Civil Rights with Dr Althea Legal-Miller Dr Althea Legal-Miller on Sexualised Violenc and the USA Black freedom movement
Queen Nzinga was an African Queen who fought against the European invasion of southern Africa (Congo/Angola). The Queen Nzinga lecture series will feature African female academics / holders ...
Nzingha Lecture 4: History of African Reparations Movement in Britain Part of Queen Nzingha lecture series 10 March 2013 at Birkbeck University
This lecture features Esther Stanford-Xosei, Reparations Activist and PHD student, who takes us beyond the usual discourse about theories on the deservedness of reparations for Africans and People ...
Queen Nzingha Lectures: Dr Michelle Asantewa on life as a Black Female Academic Queen Nzingha Lectures Dr Michelle Asantewa speaks on life as an African female in British academia
Queen Nzinga was an African Queen who fought against the European invasion of southern Africa (Congo/Angola). The Queen Nzinga lecture series features African female ...
Nzinga Lecture 3: Mary Seacole Fights Back ! by Professor Elizabeth Anionwu Nzingha Lectures (3) Professor Elizabeth Anionwu speaks on the hidden history and modern politics of Mary Seacole. Seacole was a black nurse in Victorian Britain who was lauded by the British army. A statue in her honour is soon to ...
Nzingha lectures: Black Women in Academia: Success,Secrets,Coping Strategies (1) Q&A Extended Q & A with Dr Michelle Asantewa and Dr Ama Biney at Queen Nzinga lecture on what black women need to do to survive and succeed in British academia.
Queen Nzinga was an African Queen who fought against the ...
Queen Nzingha Lectures. Feedback on Black Women Academics lecture Audience feedback from Queen Nzinga lecture on what black women need to do to survive and succeed in British academia.
Queen Nzinga was an African Queen who fought against the European invasion of southern Africa (Congo/Angola). The Queen Nzinga lecture ...
Queen Nzingha Lectures 2: Black Women in Academia. Dr Ama Biney Queen Nzinga was an African Queen who fought against the European invasion of southern Africa (Congo/Angola). The Queen Nzinga lecture series will feature African female academics / holders of expert knowledge, speaking on topics of their choice on a monthly ...

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