Below, I have listed some of the events that are coming up this Black History Season. They will happen from November to December 2021.
Emily Momoh will talk about people who live in Camden. They might be from Africa and the Caribbean. The talk is on November 9th, and it’s free.
The Camden online book club explores books that are important to people. They will have a guest speaker who is the author of the book. The next meeting, they will talk about Mixed/Other by Natalie Morris on November 10th with special guest Natalie; Grand Union by Zadie Smith on November 30th with Suzanne Scarfe as the host; and Zami A New Spelling of My Name co-hosted by Lady Phyll and Mary Holder for December 7th.
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This is about a new play that shows the intersection of black working-class identity and climate change activism. It will be showing at various venues in London, including Fitzrovia Youth in Action, on November 18th.
Malik Al Nasir wrote a book. It is a story of how he survived abuse and found his worth. Malik will talk about the book with Gil Scott-Heron at the Holborn Library on November 12th. You can ask questions too!
Kora Music Workshop: Kadialy will show how to play the African harp. It is free and on Tuesday, November 16th at Holborn Library, 32-38 Theobalds Road.
The Spoken Word is an event at the Camden Library. It is for adults, and it has music and stories about Africa and the Caribbean. You can come to this free event on Thursday, November 25th at Pancras Square Library, 5 Pancras Rd, or Wednesday, December 1st at Holborn Library 32-38 Theobalds Rd.