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Being Mixed-Race: History and Identity
16 November, 2019, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
A workshop considering the history of mixed-race British people, the mixed-race children of black GIs and the question of ‘mixed-race’ as a self-identity today. Speakers and performers include professor Lucy Bland; Chamion Caballero (author of Mixed Race Britain in the Twentieth Century); performance poet and ‘brown baby’ Eugene Lange; Michelle Balach-Ali, teacher and writer.; Chantelle Lewis and Karis Campion, researchers.
The workshop with consider the history of mixed-race British people, the mixed-race children of black GIs and the question of ‘mixed-race’ as a self-identity today. Audience engagement will be central and the day will be recorded for archiving.
The talks to be followed by the official opening of the exhibition at 6pm.
In partnership withBlack Cultural Archives
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