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BLACK HISTORY SEASON UK 2014

In the UK Black History Month is traditionally celebrated in October, more recently Black History Season events can last until December and beyond

London
Enfield 
Hackney 
Haringey   
Islington   
Lewisham       
Merton libraries 
Southwark 
Tower Hamlets   
Waltham Forest 
Westminster 

Around the UK 
Birmingham : the Drum listings
Bristol 
Crawley facebook 
Colchester  
Hastings : AfriKàBa Festival 2014
Kirklees facebook  
Leicester   
Manchester
Merseyside
Norfolk
Southampton  
Scotland
Wales

Other websites with listings
Black History Month 2014
  
Black History Month  
Black History Month UK    
Black Net 

Universities  
Birmingham
Nottingham
Teesside
UCLU  
Warwick 
West of England (Bristol)

Museums etc
London : Black Cultural Archives

Liverpool : International Slavery Museum
London : V&A   

Related links  
TV programmes on the Africa Channel 
The Black Presence in Britain&  
Guardian newspaper 
N.H.S.
Rasta Ites links 
Royal Society/a> online exhibition


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now until 31st January Hackney Museum is proud to host Retired Caribbean Nurses and the NHS, an exhibition documenting the experiences of retired Caribbean nurses. @ Hackney Museum, Ground Floor, Technology And Learning Centre, 1 Reading Lane, London E8 1GQ. Info: opening hours and more info  
1st October - 21st December Local Reflections: Nelson Mandela and the Haringey Anti-Apartheid Movement: Artefacts, documents and photographs from the Haringey community. With an opportunity to offer your personal story/experience of Nelson Mandela Location: East Wing Gallery. in the East Wing Gallery, Bruce Castle Museum,  Lordship Lane,  London N17 8NU. Info: museum open Wednesday to Sunday 1pm - 5pm / museum events page free
Saturday 6th December BTWSC and African Histories Revisited Fundraising Dinner in aid of Médecins Sans Frontières @ the Best Western Cumberland Hotel, 1-3 St Johns Road, Harrow on the Hill, HA1 2EF, London. Info: 7pm - 11.30pm / book / flyer £40 + bf single / £35 + bf multiple
Friday 19th December The last 2014 Harrow BHM event provides an opportunity especially for young people, irrespective of age, to listen to historian and motivational speaker Andrew Muhammad speaking on 'Moving Forward: Taking From The Garvey/UNIA Legacy', and work with flautist and composer Keith Waite to perform a collaborative work before an audience!    @ Harrow Civic Centre, Station Road, Harrow HA1 2XY, London UK. Info: 6.30pm - 8.30pm / flyer / website free