Recognize Black Heritage & Culture
The daytime event is free entry but, book your ticket for the evening event at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/birmingham-black-history-month-2019-exclusive-evening-showcase-launch-ticket-tickets-69438190497
Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust, in partnership with the BAME Staff Network at the University of Birmingham, Recognize Black Heritage & Culture, Ladywood Arts Forum and Flim Hub Midlands request the pleasure of your company to celebrate Windrush Day at our Windrush Garden Party.
The event will take place on Sunday 23rd June between 1 pm - 9 pm at Soho House, Soho Avenue, off Soho Road Handsworth B18 5LB.
Come and join us for an afternoon of food, music, entertainment and garden games to honour the legacy of the early pioneers.
Due to the huge success of the first Black History Activity Book Launch on Sunday the 7th October 2018, we are back by popular demand! We entertained over 2000 visitors and over 100 stallholders. As a result of the tremendous turnout and amazing feedback we are back bigger and better. This event is ideal for the whole family, bring your children and grandparents.
You are most welcome to join us at the unveiling of a blue heritage plaque in honour of Ida B Wells on Tuesday, 12 February 2019 at the Edgbaston community centre, 40 View Dr, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2HU. The event will take place between 12 and 3 PM featuring a host of guest speakers, performing artists and local schoolchildren. Ida's visits to Birmingham are a significant part Black history in the City, and the Blue Plaque forms part of the Black heritage walks network Edgbaston walk which launches later this year.
In 1948, after World War II, Britain was unable to be self-sustainable and so invited people form the Caribbean, on the Empire Windrush to come and help rebuild the nation. It means that Empire Windrush had the dubious title of reminding Britain of its own weakness, but a weakness that it has turned a broken nation into one with a collective strength, as Windrush marks a point of origin in which any non-white British Citizen could become a source of national pride.
Onyeka is a writer, law lecturer and historian. His books document the
lives and history of the African experience in Britain. His work
explores issues about cultural identity, resistance to oppression and
the will to succeed.
Belgrade Theatre Coventry
Discover your Hidden History
11am - 2pm, Sat 14 May
Tickets: FREE Event
Dates & Times
Did you know that four million men and women from Britain’s colonies volunteered for service during the First and Second world war?
Did you know that over one million South Asian soldiers joined the allied forces in WW1 and that nearly 20,000 Caribbean soldiers served on the front line in the Somme, Passchendaele and, on the Middle Eastern Front, Palestine and Egypt?