Season 8 January - March 2023 on Fridays at 12.30pm UK time
Liz Millman, Director of Learning Links International is the facilitator of Black History Conversations, with
Simon Ferrigno from Belong Nottingham doing the techie stuff, supported by members of the
Windrush Allies Network.
20/1/2023 # 89 Sarah Parkes - review on Trevor Noah's book 'Born a Crime'
Jonathan Bush - Durham University - Race Equality Award
27/1/2023 #90 Angharad Tomos - author of Woven (apologies Montez)
3/2/2023 #91 Chief Thomas and Dr Anne Heffernan, Assistant Professor of Southern African History
Durham University joined us for a fascinating converstion about Chief Thomas's work and links with the DRC and Dr Anne Heffernan's work on Black History in her role at Durham University email@example.com
10/2/2023 #92 David Hern and Panel - interesting conversations Linford Sweeny - apologies
17/2/2023 #93 Montaz Marche joined us to talk about her interesting work with UCL and the National Archives on 'This is Black Britain' and her research on 'Black Women in 18th Century London'
24/2/2023 #95 Eleanor Shearer - author of River Sing Me Home - apologies from Liz Millman
This week author Eleanor Shearer came along to talk about her new book, "River sing me home", which tells the tale of a mother seeking her children after she has been emancipated. Set in 1834, it was a Good Morning America book club pick in February 2023
3/3/2023 #96 Marie-Claire Faray from DRC
10/3/2023 #97 Tayo Refletions and updates (Apologies Bernard Burrell)
17/3/2023 #98 Michael I. Ohajuru FRSA Senior Fellow Inst of Commonwealth Studies: The John Blanke Project - Imagine the Black Tudor trumpeter and see how far the John Blanke Project’s come and where it’s going
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24/3/2023 #99 Review and reflections
31/3/2023 #100 We met today to thank everyone who has supported Black History Conversations, as this was our 100th session, and end of Season 8.
Melissa Williams of the University of York spoke about the Windrush scandal and the impact on Windrush descendants sense of belonging in the UK, while there were many contributions from participants including June Elizabeth White Smith Gulley. Prof Sir Geoff Palmer reflected on the progress made and challenges in telling honest story of history and other participants shared updates.