S. I. Martin Heritage Talk – Black people in Paddington during the 20th Century

WHEN:
Tuesday 4 April at 7:30pm

Historian S.I Martin highlights the historical lives and contributions made by black people in Paddington throughout the 20th Century.

S.I. Martin works with museums, archives and the education sector to bring diverse histories to wider audiences. He has published six books of historical fiction and non-fiction for adult and teenage readers. He is a firm believer in the power of archives as an agent of positive change for literacy, social cohesion and audience/visitor development.

The Our Shared Heritage Talks series has been made possible with The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

IN-PERSON: at Grand Junction

The evening is a part of Grand Junction’s Our Shared Heritage talks programme which explores themes from the late Victorian period, when St Mary Magdalene’s Church was built, from different and diverse perspectives.

Our Shared Heritage celebrates the part that Black, Arab, and Asian people and cultures have played in London’s history.

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LOCATION:
IN-PERSON
GRAND JUNCTION AT ST MARY MAGDALENE CHURCH,

ROWINGTON CLOSE,
LONDON

W2 5TF

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