Mutiny at sea: Enslaved African Resistance on board | Black History Month

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Date and time: 
16 October | 6pm

Join historian Professor Hakim Adi, who will guide you through the histories of enslaved African resistance at sea such as the Amistad rebellion, the brutality of the Zong massacre and the political and cultural changes such events brought to society.

Professor Hakim Adi, is currently Professor of the History of Africa and the African Diaspora at the University of Chichester in the UK.

Followed by a Q&A chaired by Chardine Taylor-Stone.