The Inspiring story of Black People in the Origin and Evolution of Medicine and Surgery !
Sunday 27 October 3pm to 5.45pm. (clocks go back !)
Cottons Caribbean Restaurant, 70 Exmouth Market, Islington EC1 Tube: Angel
Pay on the door. £8.00. This is an intimate venue so its first come, first served. Latecomers may end up standing or not getting in at all !
Black History Walks is working with Cottons Caribbean Restaurant to showcase African/Caribbean history and promote excellent African/Caribbean food. Hear from distinguished scholars have stimulating debates and sample the delicious weekend buffet.
- The true origins of penicillin and tetracycline in the Ancient Nile Valley
- Just how widespread the smallpox vaccine really was in Ancient West Africa in pre-slavery times
- The role of African Americans in the evolution of hormone replacement therapy and synthetic medicine
- African midwifery, C-sections and child care pre-European invasion and the so-call civilising mission