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Recognize Black Heritage and Culture - Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Two monuments representing The African Caribbean contributions Minimum Monument
Recognize Black Heritage & Culture was invited to lay 5 monuments on behalf of the African Caribbean contributions to World war 1. The event was a resounding success as so often the Commomwealth...
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Event 17/01/15 - Martin Luther King Day, Birmingham Event 17/01/15 - Martin Luther King Day, Birmingham
17th January 2015 - Dr Martin Luther King Jr Tribute showcase marking Martin Luther King day at the Library of Birmingham. Some of Birmingham’s outstanding artists and influential speakers pay...
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Event 26/10/14 - International Slavery Museum, Liverpool Event 26/10/14 - International Slavery Museum, Liverpool
26th October 2014 - Recognize day trip to the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool. Recognize's trip to the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool is thought provoking day of reflection. We...
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Event 24/10/14 - Black Soldiers and WW1, Library of Birmingham Event 24/10/14 - Black Soldiers and WW1, Library of Birmingham
Black Soldiers and WW1 Hosted by Recognize Black History & Culture in partnership with Voices of War & Peace at the Library of Birmingham. 2014 marks the centenary of the First World War and...
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World War One - Centenary
World War One has also been portrayed as a predominately European war between the four superpowers at the time and very little is known about the contribution made by the many of the commonwealth...
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Black History Month - October 2014
October is Black History Month and once again, we are fully able to recognise  and  celebrate the talents and achievements of our ancestors in regards to their contributions to society.  As each year...
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