24 Jul – 30 Nov
Re-imagine: Black Women in Britain

Mary Seacole, Re-imagine Black Women in Britain Mary Seacole, Re-imagine Black Women in Britain

Don’t miss the final weeks of Re-imagine: Black Women in Britain exhibiting until 30 November. Black Cultural Archives’ current exhibition reveals historic and personal accounts of remarkable Black Women. The intimate exhibition takes you on a journey to learn more about their inspirational lives and contributions to British society since the Roman era.


Delve deeper into the archive collection with a programme of talks, workshops and entertainment. BCA celebrates 35th anniversary of OWAAD and their campaign for social justice, explores Treasures in the Archive and introduces a series lunchtime talks from inspirational women. Lyrical Sista kicks off our Café Club Lates with a night of live performances and the Len Garrison Memorial Lecture commemorates our co-founder. Also, we collaborate with Pioneers: A History of Dance for a hip-hop festival weekend. Check out full listings and book tickets at www.bcaheritage.org.uk


Re-imagine: Black Women in Britain exhibition
Free admission
Windrush Square, SW2 1EF
Tues – Sat, 10am – 6pm
Phone: 020 3 757 8500
Website: www.bcaheritage.org.uk/programme/
Twitter: @bcaheirtage




Related links

Black Cultural Archives opens a new heritage centre
Afridiziak e-news: Black Cultural Archives opens a brand new heritage centre - 24 July 2014
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