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Black British Authors on Carter G Woodson
February 21 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm CST
Three Black British authors discuss their work in light of Carter G Woodson’s legacy.
When the UK introduced Black History Month in 1987 many African-Americans came to London to assist in the launch. As Carter G Woodson was the founder of US Black history month (originally Negro History week in 1926) we have a conversation on his legacy and the similarities and differences between US and UK black history and culture.
- Dr Michelle Asantewa author of ‘Mami Wata in search of African Water Goddesses’ and ‘Elijah’ a novel on young black men in inner city London
- Neil Mayers author of Gifted at Primary, Failing by Secondary and Sailing through Secondary about how black children can survive educational racism
- Tony Warner author of ‘Black history Walks in London Volume ‘1 pioneering book on the African and Caribbean history hidden in London’s streets
- Barbara Spencer Dunn executive council member for the Association for The Study of African American Life and History (ASALH)
- Professor Gloria J Browne-Marshall Chair of the 400th Commemoration Committee of ASALH (Association for the Study of African American Life and History)
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