22.10.2020 – Black British History: 70 Years of Music & Struggle (1948-2018)

September 29, 2020

Thursday 22 October

Black British History: 70 Years of Music and Struggle (1948-2018) 

Robin Walker delivers an engrossing fun multi-media presentation of 70 eventful years of Modern Black British Heritage.  

The content covers: The political and civil rights struggles that enabled Black Britons to gain acceptance in Mainstream British Culture. 

How Black British Music evolved from Calypso to Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae, Lovers Rock, British Soul, Jungle, UK Garage, and Grime. 

How Black Britain influenced the lifestyles of the Host Communities: Mods, Skinheads, Punks, 2 Tone Heads, and Chavs. 

Robin Walker, author of When We Ruled, is the foremost historian and writer on all matters related to ancient and medieval African history 

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