We are holding an event to celebrate the British Caribbean community and their contribution to Britain’s cultural, social and economic life at Petty France on Thursday June 20.
The free event will feature a performance by poet Nairobi Thompson, the author of Bayonets, Mangoes and Beads.
The Director Max Hill will be speaking at the event, along with guest speakers including Kwaku, author and the founder of BritishBlackMusic.com and Dr William ‘Lez’ Henry, Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Sociology, University of West London.
Grace Moronfolu, chair of NBCPA, said: “Windrush Day is a great opportunity to bring people together to celebrate a vital part of our shared history and heritage that is an integral part of the great British identity. It is about celebrating the brilliance, ingenuity and leadership of British Caribbean people, as well as the music, food and the generosity of their contributions to society.”
To book your place, email: firstname.lastname@example.org