A detailed and extensive look at the African/Caribbean war effort with video clips and interviews with Black Spitfire & bomber pilots, Nigerian and Somali troops fighting in Burma, Black and Asian women secret agents, U-boats in the Caribbean and the importance of Africa and India’s raw materials.
Despite being on the British school curriculum many people have no idea that Black people played any part in World War 1 or 2.
This is a comprehensive overview of the African/Caribbean presence, contribution and importance based on the book Black History Walks in London Volume 1.
We will also reference our History GCSE exam text book from Pearson, see below
Copies of Black History Walks in London Volume 1 will be on sale on the day
Other coming events from Black History Walks
- Black History Bus Tour
- Black History River cruise
- The Black King and the Epiphany
- How to Brainwash the youth and make them act like fools!
- Theatreland walk
- James Baldwin course
- African Women Resistance Leaders Course
- Harlem in Mayfair
- African Odysseys at BFI Southbank
- Hackney, Elephant and Castle, Soho and St Paul’s/Bank walks
- How to teach Black History at GCSE level
- How to rip off Black Historians, copying and greed in London