Before The Slave Trade
Before the Slave Trade is a visually stunning presentation that addresses one key question: What history do Black people have before the slave trade started? The lecture discusses the Empire of Mali, the Yoruba Kingdoms, Medieval Sudan, Medieval Ethiopia and the East African Coast. These civilisations have left behind a splendid array of evidence that are all discussed in the lecture. This evidence includes wonderful artefacts, illuminated manuscripts, and impressive architecture. The lecture also launches the new book by Robin Walker: Before the Slave Trade which will be available at the event.
Check out the website at http://www.beforetheslavetrade.com/ and watch the trailer for the book!
The event will take place on Monday 13th October 2008 from 6.45pm to 9.30pm.
The event will be held at the PCS Headquarters, 160 Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, London SW11 2LN, (3 minutes walk from Clapham Junction mainline station. Buses to the venue 35, 37, 39, 49, 77, 87, 156, 170, 219, 239, 295, 319, 337, 334, 345, C3, G1). There will be an admission charge of £4 per person. PLEASE ARRIVE AT LEAST 15 MINUTES EARLY. Refreshments will be provided. For further information and other enquiries about the event, you can call or text us on 07951 234 233.
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(Please note, photographs will be taken at this event and may be used for promotional purposes).
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BEFORE THE SLAVE TRADE: AFRICAN HISTORY IN PICTURES
· Paperback: 200 pages
· Publisher: Black History Studies Publications (September 2008)
· Language English
· ISBN: 978-0-9559695-0-8
· Available from http://www.beforetheslavetrade.com/