Tuesday, August 22, 2006

cultural literacy:connecting histories

The Connecting Histories Project

is proud to present a day dedicated to

Birmingham's Black History!

You can drop in, or stay all day for;

How to Research Black History:

A 'no-excuses' day of worshops, talks, seminars, entertainment & discussion.

Saturday 23rd September 2006

from 12-6pm

Dr. Vanley Burke

will be launching his photographic and documentary

archive as available for use in Birmingham City Archives.

Connecting Histories

will be launching the first completed internet learning package called

'How to Research Black History'.

Also on the day will be guest speakers:

Paul Crooks, Black genealogist & author of 'Ancestors';

Dr. Roi Ankhara Kwabena, Cultural Anthropologist;

Dr. Andy Green;

Sarah Blackstock;

Martin Glynn & others.

There will be activities to keep the children involved and occupied.

Above is the flyer for the day and please circulate to your friends & colleagues.



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