Black History reading

Black History reading 01 OctoberOct 2021 00:00

“Inspired by the 40th anniversary of the uprisings by Black communities in Moss Side, Manchester, the theme for our Black History Month programme at the AIU RACE Centre in 2021 was ‘And Still We Rise’. These titles from our Library explore the 1981 uprisings in Moss Side and elsewhere in the UK, and celebrate Black British resistance movements.”

“Look out for another Reading List next week inspired by our Black History is World History educational workshops and featuring books for adults and children.”

Quoted from the RACE Centre Library.

For details of the books in the library, visit “Black History Month Reading List: And Still We Rise: Moss Side and Beyond".

  • Organiser of Black History reading

    The Resource Centre includes hundreds of books on the history of race, migration and ethnicity, as well as documents, leaflets, posters, photographs and ephemera donated by BAME communities across Greater Manchester.

    The Education Trust offers training to community groups with an interest in producing archive-quality research materials, and help with project planning, workshops, and exhibition space.
    Lower Ground Floor, Manchester Central Library, St Peter’s Square.

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