23.10.2020 – QUIZ: So You Think You know About Black History, online event

September 30, 2020

Friday 23 October
7pm  

Avril Nanton / Robin Walker 

QUIZ: So You Think You know About Black History

Fun Interactive quiz that all will enjoy.

So You Think You Know About Black British History? is a new Windrush-era quiz put together by Avril Nanton and Robin Walker to test your history knowledge about Black British History. 

Robin Walker is an author who has written many books on Black History and also runs courses on Black History throughout the year. His best known work is “When We Ruled”. He has many books on sale on Amazon covering various topics relating to the Black community including “Black History Matters” and “Black British History”.  

Avril Nanton is a professional tour guide who focuses on the black heritage of London, in particular Black statues that represent Black Londoners.  

This quiz will tax your brain (but not too much we hope!). So why not come along to see how much you know (the questions are not that hard – honestly!) and have some fun too. Robin will give the answers and will also give some information about some of the answers so you get to know more about Black history as you play the game.  

Join the Zoom Meeting on Friday 23 October at 7pm  

Meeting ID: 933 2333 1139 
Passcode: 381072 

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