WINDRUSH GENERATION IN KENT AND MEDWAY CONTINUING THEIR LEGACY

WINDRUSH GENERATION IN KENT AND MEDWAY CONTINUING THEIR LEGACY

MACA in partnership with Medway Council , the Chatham Historic Dockyard and The University of Kent are continuing to celebrate and recognize the contributions of the Windrush generation.
Throughout November we will be holding a mini exhibition taking place in the Namur room at the Chatham Historic Dockyard, along with a series of free workshops and activities.

International Reggae Day (IRD) 2019

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Join us for the first of our 2-day IRD (International Reggae Day) London hub events at @ Goldsmiths, University Of London Date:  30 June 2019 Time:   12.00.p.m  – 10.00.p.m. Where:    @ Goldsmiths, University Of London Goldsmiths, University of London Prof Stuart Hall Building 8 Lewisham Way London SE14 6NW (click here for more info and to book for  the… Continue reading International Reggae Day (IRD) 2019

Diaspora Dialogue Exhibition

Sharon & Jacqueline strike again. This time bring you Black Art Exhibition

Sharon and Jacqueline are two inspirational artiste’s committed to their art. These two Black female artistes, have collaborated on many different occasions. This is their latest colloboration ‘ An Exhibition of Black Art’

13 Dead Nothing Said

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Vron Ware – Photographic exhibition 13 Dead, Nothing Said This exhibition presents a body of photographs taken by Vron Ware documenting the Black People‚Äôs Day of Action. The images pay homage to a historic moment of cultural resistance in post-war Britain’s history of community organising. In the early hours of Sunday 18 January 1981 a… Continue reading 13 Dead Nothing Said