Harrow Deputy Mayor To Precede African British History Presentation With Fairtrade Introduction

Harrow Deputy Mayor To Precede African British History Presentation With Fairtrade Introduction

NARM African British History presentations kick off this Saturday with Harrow deputy mayor Cllr Nana Asante preceding presentations with a Fairtrade Week introduction

BTWSC and African Histories Revisited highlight their NARM Paul Stephenson & Bristol Bus Boycott @ 50 And NARM John Archer London’s First African Mayor @ 100 campaigns by focusing on two 2013 African British history programmes:
a) John Archer & Black Politics and b) Paul Stephenson & The Bristol Bus Boycott.

The audio-visual presentations, which are suitable for adults, youths, or inter-generational audiences mark 100 years since John Archer became London’s first African mayor in the London borough of Battersea, and pioneered "black politics" (a precursor to Black Sections), and 50 years since Paul Stephenson successfully led the Bristol Bus Boycott, in order to expose and break racist employment policies. This in part led to the 1965 Race Relations Act.

Free presentations of (a & b) take place Saturday March 2, 2.30-4.30pm @ Gayton Library (Harrow On The Hill). For more information: Awula Serwah, btwsc@hotmail.com, www.narm2013.eventbrite.com

Region: All
Start Date: 02/03/2013
End Date:
Start Time: 14:00
Venue: Gayton Library
Venue Address: 5 St John’s Road, near Debenhams, Harrow
Celebs Attending: Harrow deputy mayor Cllr Nana Asante
Website: http://www.narm2013.eventbrite.com
Press Tickets: Not Available
Sponsorship: Not Available
 
Press Tickets:
Name: Ms Serwah
Phone: 020 8450 5987