‘The Windrush Generation: Going Down Memory Lane’

‘Black History Studies in Association with Haringey Libraries presents:

‘The Windrush Generation: Going Down Memory Lane’

SATURDAY 15TH JUNE 2019

@ HORNSEY LIBRARY

2PM TO 9.30PM

Black History Studies in Association with Haringey Libraries presents: The Windrush Generation: Going Down Memory Lane’ on Saturday 15th June 2019. Come down and celebrate the contribution of the Windrush Generation to World History. Come and eat some amazing Caribbean Food and browse the stalls selling items from around the world. An all day event for all the family.

Live entertainment by:

Jay Jay Born2Sing

Steppaz Drama and Dance Performance

Saleah’s Journey “Mi a go a Ingland” by Anika Allen, join her on an interactive journey as she travels from Jamaica to post war Britain.

‘Thoughts on the Windrush Generations: the Black contribution to the British experience!’ an interactive talk by Dr Lez Henry

Including: film screening, ‘Windrush Generations’: 1000 Londoners

Market stalls with Caribbean foods, cloths, custom jewellery, books and much more…’

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‘Black History Studies in Association with Haringey Libraries

presents the North London Premier of:

‘Di Journey’

MONDAY 17TH JUNE 2019

19:30 DOCUMENTARY

@ HORNSEY LIBRARY

7PM TO 9.30PM’

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I am pleased to introduce you to Donna.

Donna purchases her own very fancy textiles from Gambia and makes the most cute (!) cotton bags and shorts too.

Each pair of shorts, with pockets (!) takes Donna just a few hours, with a sewing machine, to make.

These bags, are strong and versatile, perfect for your shopping, to fold-up, pop in your bag and an environmentally friendly replacement for the now 10 p plastic carrier bags that used to float in the trees.

Smaller sizes are available.

 

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