YOUR COMPLETE DIARY OF LEWISHAMS BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS
Diary of BHM Events
Now & Then
Windrush Generation. Wednesday 23 September 7:30pm-9pm
A History of Black British Intellectuals
Windrush Generation. Sunday 27 September 7pm-8.30pm
The Futures is a Collective Project. Deptford X. Tuesday 29 September at 8pm
Remembering Sam King MBE
Windrush Generation. Thursday 1 October 7.30pm-9.30pm
Online Poems Celebrating BHM 2020
Lewisham Library Service National Poetry Day. Thursday 1 October
Andrea’s Traffic Light Craft
Lewisham Library Service. Saturday 2 October at 2pm
Jacqui Cook Artist Video
Lewisham Library Service. Wednesday 7 October at 6pm
Longest Journey - a history of Black Lewisham
A fascinating history of Black Lewisham - Longest Journey by Professor Joan Anim Addo. Saturday 10 October from 10.30am-12.30pm via ZOOM.
Blog – Character profile/study on Black Panther, Online book review – Ralph Waldo Ellison & Blog - Invisible Man novel
Lewisham Library Service. Week commencing Saturday 12 & Saturday 26 October 2020
The Futures is a Collective Project. Deptford X. Tuesday 13 October at 6:30pm & 8pm
Be Seen Be Heard
Call for young Black Artists. Deadline - Thursday 15 October at midnight
Lewisham Carnival Arts
Virtual consultation with Pax Nindi FRSA. Sunday 18 October 2pm-6pm
The Futures is a Collective Project. Deptford X. Tuesday 20 October at 6:30pm & 8pm
Online Body Percussion Workshop for the over 55’s
By the West Ends Omari Carter. Wednesday 21 October 1pm-3pm
The Stephen Lawrence Summit
Black Health & Systematic National Inequalities. Monday 26 October from 1:30pm-5:30pm
Children & Young People/Education. Wednesday 28 October from 1:30pm-5:30pm
Black Economic Empowerment. Friday 30 October from 1:30pm-5:30pm
Broadway Theatre, Catford Street Projection
Film footage, photographs and stories celebrating our diverse community, their lives, achievements and memories. Available from dusk till late on the The Broadway Theatre Management Office window along Catford Broadway for the month of October.
Decolonising The Archive – Live Radio & Podcasts
DTA are collaborating with Black Cultural Archives to explore a whole new way to connect their collections.
The Caribbean Front Room by Rose Sinclair
A beautiful installation in The Broadway Theatre Bar, Catford from October – December 2020. A collaboration between Goldsmiths, University of London and the London Borough of Lewisham.
Lewisham Youth Theatre
Your Voice Matters. Lewisham Youth Theatre on You Tube.
Online exhibitions #Resilience, 100 Images of Migration and Keepsakes available now.
Windrush 2020 Lockdown ‘Street’ Art
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DTA Call Out – Are you an Agent of Change?
Interested in capturing lost narratives from the African Caribbean Community and making a change in race relations in the UK? If so Decolonising The Archive is doing a community research project on Asquith Gibbs.
Laurence House, Catford
To celebrate the start and end of Black History Month 2020 Laurence House in Catford will be lit in red, green and yellow on the 1 and 31 October.
Lewisham’s Culture & Diversity Advisory Forum
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