Black Radical History talk
As part of Black History Month, we are hosting a five week Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) course to explore how black radicals have made history.
From opposition to slavery and the battle for the vote, to the fight against racism and Islamophobia, and the question of supporting refugees today.
The course will include a presentation from the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre.
A guided visit to the PHM’s archives and galleries.
This is a learning experience from WEA in association with the People’s History Museum.
Tutor Mark Krantz
Starts 7 October 2016
Time 1pm - 3.30pm
Venue The People’s History Museum
Left Bank Spinningfields, Manchester M3 3ER
(or free to those in receipt of means tested benefits)
Further details of the course and how to enrol can be found here or by ringing 0151 243 5340.
Please quote course reference: C3839448