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Black History Bus Tour

Sun Mar 14, 2021
Black History Bus Tour

Time Sun Mar 14 2021 at 02:00 pm to 05:00 pm

Black Cultural Archives, Windrush Square, London, United Kingdom

GBP 31

Black History Bus Tour Black History Bus Tour

Join us on our three-hour drive showing London's top tourist attractions from an African/Caribbean perspective. There is at least 2000 years of Black history to be uncovered!

The private bus journey will start with a special reception at the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton, where we sample some of their historical products;cafe, bookshop, exhibitions etc. We then leave for our circular tour of London's typical attractions (Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, Houses of Parliament etc.) but with all the hidden Black connections explained. With  special historical guests Olaudah Equiano, not only will you get an informed commentary from the guide, but you can ask questions of a giant of African-American, and Nigerian literature.

We will cover a period of 3500 years including Black Roman Generals, Jimi Hendrix, the colour bar in Brixton/West End, black-owned nightclubs, Black Tudors, Female Resistance leaders, Amy Ashwood Garvey, Claudia Jones, Fisk Jubilee Singers, Dame Jocelyn Barrow, Olive Morris, Mavis Best, British Black Panthers in Grosvenor Square, 20,0000 Black People and their day of action,  Windrush arrival points, Frederick Douglas, Breadfruits, The Black mayors who beat the National Front, 50 years of The West Indian Standing Conference, Champion boxers of the 1800s, Nelson Mandela, the Caribbean history of Canada House, Trafalgar Square and the Anti-Apartheid movement, the Bank of England's secret West Indian wealth, the Ghana connection and much, much more!

Proceeds from this event will go towards the Black History Walks fundraiser for plaques in honour of six Black historical heroes:

Dr Harold Moody 1930s Black British Civil Rights leader: Plaque unveiled  March 2019

Phyllis Wheatley 1773 child genius, poet, author. Plaque unveiled 16 July 2019

Emma Clarke first Black female footballer in 189.) Plaque unveiled 2 December 2019

Bill Richmond  1800s American/British champion boxer and community leader

Tom Molyneaux 1810 American champion boxer who should have been British champion but for cheating

Baron Baker 1950s Jamaican and Windrush street-fighter who defended the community out of Toto Bags Blues Club in Notting Hill

Check Eventbrite or for our Black History River cruises, walks, talks and films in 2021

This event is sponsored by Eye London Opticians, 312 Mare Street, Hackney. Eye London in Hackney run by Ghanain Margaret Asare, provides excellent eyecare and eyewear 

All plaques will be erected in association with Nubian Jak Community Trust 

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About The Host: Black History Walks runs guided tours of London from a black (African) perspective. 3 hour bus tours and river cruises. Black history movies, rare documentaries and talks all year long. Website
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