Caribbean Diaspora events - UK

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Events with a Caribbean flavour in the UK

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painting  The Black presence in the National Gallery

24 September - A focused tour of the National Gallery.



cricket ball Sir Hilary Beckles: 'Cricket without a cause’ launch

28 September - Sir Hilary Beckles will speak about his book and take questions from the audience. 

Register for the event at Kings College, London.


The Biggest Afro Caribbean Party 3rd Year Anniversary

30 September – Tickets are available

Caribbean flags montage  Wilberforce or Will-By-Force?

18 October: Ancestry Talks discusses the slaves who abolished slavery. 

Caribbean Voices: Una Marson at the BBC

19 October  - As King’s College has moved into Bush House, it considers the history and meanings of ‘world service’, and revisits Marson’s remarkable work for the BBC and beyond.

Organised by King's College London

Caribbean Through a Lens

19 October – By Hackney Museum

Free and you’ll need to register

Caribbean and African Health and Wellbeing Launch Event

27 October – Organised by the Caribbean and African Health Network

Free but please click to register


Race, Place and Photography: Caribbean Stories

2 November - share your photographs, memories or personal items that you associate with home, arrival and belonging at Hackney Museum.

Registration is open

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