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2022 LISTINGS

Leeds Friday 21 January 2022

Jamali Maddix: King Crud

As seen on Taskmaster (Channel4), Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (BBC2) and his critically acclaimed series Hate Thy…

Norfolk Friday 21 January 2022

The Magic of Motown

Music fans are invited to the biggest party of the year as the unstoppable Magic of Motown show…

Glasgow Friday 21 January 2022

Duckwrth

Jared Lee, known by his stage name Duckwrth, is an American rapper and songwriter from South Los Angeles,…

Leeds Friday 21 January 2022

Wayne Snow

There’s an undeniable warmth to Wayne Snow’s music, one that combines a contemporary take on the sun kissed,…

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Fostering & Adoption MORE

“I would definitely encourage others to consider adoption. I always knew I wanted children and I tried everything from IVF to surrogacy to have them. All of those journeys led to heartbreak, except adoption.

WATCH: In the midst of a pandemic, adoption is firmly in the hearts of our communities 

As we enter Black History Month, we and the world instinctively reflect and celebrate the positive things within black communities. It is widely known in black communities that…


History of Slavery MORE

Jacques Callot, The Slave Market, 1629. Picture: National Gallery of Art / CC0 - Credit: National Gallery of Art / CC0

The last slave owners of Islington

Islington in the 1830s was transforming from rural outskirts into a genteel suburb. Like today, bricks and mortar…


View of island Goree with fort and Dakar city visible in the background. Gorée Island. Dakar, Senegal. Africa. Île de Gorée.

Slave Trade Routes

Countless local and regional slave trades in Europe, Africa, and the Americas combined to create the transatlantic slave…


Education & Training MORE