Black and British: David Olusoga in conversation with Hannah Barker

Saturday 17th August

David Olusoga OBE in a historian, broadcaster and film-maker who also became Professor of Public History at the University of Manchester earlier this year. He is well known for his Bafta-winning TV series, Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners, co-presenting role the BBC’s remake of Civilisations and for A House Through Time.

His recent book and TV series Black and British: A Forgotten History is wide-ranging and important project that explores Black British history from Roman times to the present day within the context of national and global history. It provides a brilliant focus for the themes of protest and freedom that will be discussed at this event.

Free, booking required.

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