Black Studies at Birmingham City University to host the latest Malcolm X Study Circle in collaboration with the Harambee Organisation of Black Unity.
Akala will be leading this session talking about the ‘Haitian Revolution’ and Dr Kehinde Andrews from the Black Studies course will put the legacies of the revolution in the context of today.
Black Political activism is a key strand of the Black Studies degree that will be showcased by the event. There will also be details about the degree.
The event is free and all are welcome. Tickets are strictly first-come first serve and entry is only guaranteed before the venue has reached capacity. Please click here for more information and to book your place.
DATE: Saturday 27th May, 2017
Birmingham City University Curzon Building
4 Cardigan Street