The Board of Directors of The Institute of Jainology are delighted that His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales will be launching the JAINpedia project and website, at the Victoria & Albert Museum on 18th November 2010. Leaders of the Jain community and Project stakeholders will be present at the Read more
What? 1946 after black people had fought and died all over the world for Britain, those who were still in England were told to go back where they had come from. On this day we will tell the untold stories of the post-war generation with films, audio clips and testimony Read more
What? King Leopold II of Belgium in the early 20th century turned the Congo into a vast rubber-harvesting labour camp in which he killed millions and amputated the hands of tens of thousands while claiming he was civilising the African. Although represented in the west as typical “african savagery” the Read more
Date – 08/03/2009 Timings – 11:00 – 16:30 A must – Please register by Wednesday 4th March Details – ‘Heroism for this age requires us to take our journeys, to find the treasure of our true selves, and to share that treasure with the community as a whole…’ Carole S. Pearson Read more
Black Victims of the Nazis! What I hear you ask? Here’s what this event is about: – What we know today as the Holocaust was researched, rehearsed and refined in Africa with African people long before 1939. Although it is hardly mentioned, German people, in their colony of Namibia, stole Read more
Harrow have many temporary exhibitions scheduled. I have been to two an they have been excellent! Easy to understand. Visual, Good size of text. No judgement or bias shown and great content. I went to the Tudor one. It was called ‘Off with their heads! The Harrow of Henry VIII’ Read more
An exhibition expressing some personal stories of Black people who were involved in the First and Second World Wars.
Here’s some info about Glaucoma from the 100 Black Men of London newsletter. To mark the 60th anniversary of the arrival of the MV Empire Windrush in Britain in 1948, this exhibition tells some of the the personal stories of the Black men and women who were involved in the Read more