Thursday 22 February, 6:30-8pm
There is no public recognition of African people who lived in the East End 300 years ago. We’re launching a groundbreaking project researching in the archives and producing new creative work which gives life to these neglected lives and stories.
The aim of the project is to identify the places, spaces and networks in which African people lived, worked or socialised during the period of operation of the Transatlantic Slave Trade.
Join us at our launch event to find out more and how you can get involved!
If you can’t come along, this information will be posted on the project website and social media platform with regular updates about our activities, discoveries, and creative re-imagining throughout the year.