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Fish, Chips and Jerk Sauce: The Growth of British Caribbean Carnival
As part of a series of events recognising Black History Month, Tola Dabiri will examine how over the past fifty years, Caribbean Carnival has become an established annual event in towns and cities across Britain.
'Fish, Chips and Jerk Sauce' will examine how over the past fifty years, Caribbean Carnival has become an established annual event in towns and cities across Britain, even taking place outside of the Caribbean communities where these Carnivals began. The dates when Carnival takes place, the masqueraders who perform, and costumes on display are all part of a uniquely British expression of Caribbean culture, and this will be discussed during the presentation.
NO BOOKING REQUIRED, PLACES WILL BE ALLOCATED ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS
Nii Kwartey Owoo as Kweku Anansi, LWIC 2019
Photo credit: Emily Zobel Marshall
10 October 2019
10 October 2019
Broadcasting Place (BPA) 303, Leeds Beckett University, City Campus
Can we be the midwives of our own future? A call to the education sector.23 June 2020, 09:30 - 12:30 Webinar
This is a CollectivEd Virtual Symposium facilitated by members of the CollectivEd Advisory Board. The symposium will be run along the lines of an Appreciative Inquiry (AI).
How safe are breast implants? Global, multidisciplinary and patient perspectives on the safety of breast implants24 June 2020,
In the current circumstances we have taken the decision to cancel our public facing events which were due to take place during the months of May and June 2020. Events planned after this date will be kept under review. Please keep checking for updates.