Wednesday, 30 August 2017

MXM public event: Marcus Garvey: Origins of 'Race First' - 630pm Sat 23rd Sept, Housmans N1 9DX

Marcus Garvey & the Origin of 'Race First'
630pm, Sat 23 Sept 2017
Housmans Bookshop
5 Caledonian Road, N1 9DX
£5 suggested entry

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Guest speaker: Brother Omowale (Pan-African Community Society Forum)

We are proud to announce that we are hosting Brother Omowale, a leading Pan-Africanist organiser and researcher in London on the subject of Marcus Garvey and the the origins of 'race first' in Garvey and Garvey's historic movement of the United Negro Improvement Asoociation (UNIA).

Monday, 7 August 2017

MXM public event: Carnival and Black & Brown Resistance

Carnival and Black & Brown Resistance

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630pm Fri 25 Aug
Housmans Bookshop
5 Caledonian Road
N1 9DY
£5 suggested entry

Speakers confirmed so far:

Sister Juni - East Oxford Carnival organiser
Arnie Hill - London Black Revs

As Black and Brown and migrant working class communities continue to feel the increasing squeeze of British colonial state oppression and exploitation, in the aftermath of the Grenfell state massacre, as Notting Hill Carnival itself sees pushes to basically annull it by removal out of the historic community of Ladbroke Grove: the Malcolm X Movement brings together this event and conversation exploring the histories of Carnival, its role as resistant cultural expressions of our experiences, and what is the outlook for the Carnival weekend in the and generally.