Oxford African History Celebration 2016
As part of the Oxford African History Celebration 2016, in association with Oxford Brookes University Students' Union, Oriel and Linacre Colleges, and the East Oxford Community Association, a series of debates, discussions and lectures will be hosted at Oriel throughout Black History Month this year.
The events being hosted at Oriel, which members of College are welcome to attend, will be on the overall theme of “The Restoration of the African Mind and Call for Action” and include:
- Black Lives Matter (from an English perspective) – Sunday 9th October, 5-7pm, Harris Lecture Theatre
- Between the World and Me (book discussion) – Sunday 16th October, 5-7pm, Harris Lecture Theatre
- Ten essential books to be read, studied and debated by all people of African heritage – Sunday 23rd October, 5-7pm, Harris Lecture Theatre
- Debate: Which faith offered a better life for the African slave – Arabic Muslims or European Christians? – Sunday 30th October, 5-7pm, Harris Lecture Theatre
Other events are being hosted throughout the month by East Oxford Community Centre, and a full programme can be found here.
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