Caribbean Women’s Diaspora: Calling the West Indies

Sat 18 May 2019, 2pm

A session exploring the diaspora of Caribbean women in the UK from the 1950s onwards. Chaired by Natasha Bonnelame, with guests including academic and author Margaret Byron and Empress Nai Jai, the session will reference political activist and playwright Una Marson, Claudia Jones and others.

Tickets £30
£20 Senior Citizen, Disabled People
£7.50 Student/Under 18
Running Time: 3 hours

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