Runoko Rashidi is back to London
Historian Dr Runoko Rashidi returns to UK. He will take us through an astonishing visual presentation and will also talk about his new book, Assata-Garvey and Me: A Global African Journey for Children.
Birmingham: Laurel Road Community Centre Laurel Road, Handsworth, B21 9PB. Time: 6pm, start 6.30pm. Friday 24th March 2017 Contact: 07376 194502 / 07474 646030 – email@example.com Ticket: £5.00 advance booking, Ticket Link: https://aggaroo.com/whats-on/runoko-rashidi-global-african-journeys/
Tottenham: MAA MAAT Culture Centre – 366A High Road , N17 9HT “Corner of High Road and Monument Way” and “Tube – Seven Sisters” Time: 5.00 pm – 8 pm – Saturday 25 March 2017 Contact for advance booking & Info. 07415482167 / 07956052821 Ticket: £5.00 advance booking, £7.00 at the door + books and refreshments will also be on sale.
Croydon: Croydon Supplementary Education Project – 32-34 Sydenham Road – Croydon CRO 2EF – Stations: West or East Croydon” Time: 6.00pm 9.00pm – Sunday 26 March 2017 Contact: Tel: 0208 686 7865 / school mobile 07495605522 Ticket: £5.00 advance booking, £7.00 at the door + books and refreshments will also be on sale.
Books of Africa: 07931876013 / firstname.lastname@example.org –
Tickets are very limited, so advance purchase recommended. Please refer to the organiser of the talk you will be attending to.
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