BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2015
Saturday 31 October 2015
from 17:30 to 22:00
Trinty at Bowes Methodists Church
Palmerston Road Palmers Green
A celebration of black literatureand influence on British life
Key Note Speaker:
Margaret Busby OBE
AN EVENING OF EDUTAINMENT!
An evening of ‘Edutainment’ through a series of presentations, with song, discussion, open mic, performance poetry, and competitions.
At the origin of most Black British literature and publishing was the motivation of necessity. Black writing was a means of dealing with the Black experience of migration to Britain, whether forced or voluntary. It tells us a lot about what people who came from the Caribbean and Africa went through, how they were affected, and how, while seeking ways to break through the barriers they faced, they were able to make significant contributions to British life.
Poet in flux and youth activist, winner of the
‘Hidden Creative Award 2012’, is one of the most unique voices in performance poetry to come out of
London. She is also a project developer