Continuing the Journey

October 3, 2014 - January 3, 2018

This new exhibition developed by Stray Cat Media is a multi media collection of oral histories, photography and film, exploring issues which affect people of African heritage, born, raised or living in Liverpool’s locality.

Learn about the struggle of Merseyside’s Black community to obtain racial equality and social justice from post war Britain to the 1980s. Participants share recollections of brutal and traumatic experiences which left indelible marks on their community. The project aims to reflect the resilience, strength and power of each individual, and is dedicated to the voices that were heard and those that were not.

Project kindly supported by Heritage Lottery Fund.

Logo: Supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund

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