Legacies of the Haitian Revolution: led by Akala
Black Studies at Birmingham City University will be hosting the latest Malcolm X Study Circle in collaboration with the Harambee Organisation of Black Unity. Akala will be leading this session talking about the 'Haitian Revolution' and Dr Kehinde Andrews from the Black Studies course will put the legacies of the revolution in the context of today. Black Political activism is a key strand of the Black Studies degree that will be showcased by the event. We will also have details about the degree.
Thanks to everyone who registered for the event. As you can imagine the event has been extremely popular. People must have a ticket to come to the event and Waitlist tickets count as regular tickets. You will also need to come on time to guarantee entry.
We have switched venues to the biggest room on campus, which is the Millennium Point Auditorium (Curzon Street, B4 7XG). This is just next door to the Curzon building, closer to the city centre.
You will need to go to the 4th floor of Millennium Point to access the room.
Doors will open at 10.15 and the programme will start at 11am sharp. Due to the demand the only thing that will gurantee entry is coming on time. We will be filling up the venue for those with tickets on a first come first serve basis, and when it is full it is full.
See you on Saturday.
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