TAOBQ/BTWSC/African Histories Revisited Launch The African Women’s History Zoom Weekender!

We mark the end of Women's History Month, by highlighting Claudia Jones, Dame Jocelyn Barrow and other inspirational British African women! via Zoom!

As Women’s History Month 2024 comes to an end, TAOBQ (the African Or Black Question)/BTWSC/African Histories Revisited launch The African Women’s History Zoom Weekender – a Zoomfest this weekend!

The programme, which is family-friendly and open to men, features exclusive Kwaku-directed BTWSC/African Histories Revisited videos and is moderated by community activist Sis Nana Asante.

It marks the 60th anniversary of the passing of Britain’s greatest ever activist Claudia Jones, the memory of educationalist Dame Jocelyn Barrow and other inspirational British African women, with a weekend filled with inspiring stories, and empowering discussions celebrating the rich history and achievements of African women in Britain.

From exploring the untold stories to discussing the challenges and triumphs of women today, this event is a must-attend for anyone passionate about women’s history and empowerment.

Grab your favorite snacks, cozy up on your couch, and get ready to be inspired by the incredible contributions of British African women over the decades. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to connect, learn, and celebrate!

Friday March 29 2024
‘Claudia Jones: In Her Own Words’ (2023) 15 mins
‘What They Said I Should Be: The Story Of British African Female Movers And Shakers’ (2009) 58 mins

Saturday March 30 2024
‘UK African Women Self-Organising’ (2022) 100 mins

Sunday March 31 2024
‘Exploring The Legacies Dame Jocelyn Barrow And Other Inspirational British African Women (Special Edit)’ (2024) 90 mins

The videos highlight the following women: Dame Jocelyn Barrow (Educationalist/Activist), Dawn Butler (MP), Mavis Amankwah (PR/Promoter), Yana Johnson (Entrepreneur), Shirley Thompson (Classical Composer), Dounne Alexander (Entrepreneur), Jessica Huntley (Community Activist), Baroness Scotland (Attorney General), Claudia Jones (Activist), Olive Morris (Activist) and Cecile Nobrega (Poet/Teacher), plus contributions by special guests at the 2020 BTWSC/African Histories Revisited’s African History Month 2020 programme delivered for Battersea Library/Wandsworth Library.

‘UK African Women Self-Organising’ is a mashup video highlighting British African women activists, organisations and movements since the 1940s.

Click here to see the event trailer.

To book: https://bit.ly/TAWHZWeekender