Black Then, Black Now: Black History Month 2019
The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Education Trust and Big People Music present 3 days of history, 3 days of futurity on the 1st, 28th and 30th October.
Come and experience black culture, what it means, and why unifying a social movement forward is crucial to how we define a legacy.
We encourage you to be open about the experiences that shape your concept of blackness, as the movement continues to expose narratives that reshape the social stereotype of what black history was, to what it is.
Over the three days, events will include a series of art performances and workshops curated from real life stories of the diaspora surrounding food, creativity, art, health and wellbeing. Keep an eye on the Eventbrite, website calendar and social media platforms (@aiucentre) for individual events.
All BHM events are FREE, but please head over to the Eventbrite page as some events have limited places and require booking