The latest display in the London, Sugar and Slavery gallery at the Museum of London Docklands highlights the connection to slavery of some of Britain’s oldest cultural organisations. See a map of how London’s Docklands are connected to slavery. The Exhibition is on… Continue Reading
What is the deeper history behind last year’s Windrush scandal? Where did it come from? Is there a more shocking history than the one we know? Join acclaimed author & historian David Olusoga for a deeper look into the forces that led… Continue Reading
The Jamaican Historical Society will be hosting a lecture by Richard Atkinson on Wednesday the 30th of January, 2019 at 6.00 p.m. at St. Michael’s Theological College on Golding Avenue in Papine. Mr. Atkinson is a publisher and author. His… Continue Reading
There will be a field trip to the Old Parish of Vere on Saturday, November 10th 2018. The itinerary will include Halse Hall, Bog Estate, the octagonal windmill at Hillside, Moorlands, Lionel Town, Monymusk Estate and distillery and St. Peter’s… Continue Reading
Treasures from the National Art Collection of Jamaica on view at the Jamaican High Commission in London – 23-26 October 2018 from 11am – 4pm daily. A rare opportunity to enjoy these remarkable art works on long term loan in… Continue Reading
There will be a conference and evening event celebrating the life and work of the Jamaican poet and writer, James Berry (1924-2017), at the British Library on Friday 5th October. The conference will consider Berry’s writing for adults and children,… Continue Reading
The RWA presents a landmark exhibition of Jamaican visual art – the first major exhibition of its kind ever to be held in the UK, co-curated on behalf of the RWA by Kat Anderson and Graeme Mortimer Evelyn. Royal West… Continue Reading
‘Silver padlocks for Blacks or Dogs; collars, etc: Lapdogs, black servants and slavery in the 18th century’ and ‘Slave and Master: Breaking the Chains
The Missing Chapter is a new photographic exhibition at Rivington Place. This is part of The Missing Chapter (2013 – 2016) which is a project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Black Georgians reveals the everyday lives of Black people in Britain during the Georgian period, 1714-1830. This rich array of historical evidence presents a surprising, sometimes shocking, and inspiring picture of Georgian Britain.