‘History was distorted deliberately in particular ways and that legacy is still with us’ – Akala.
What is the importance of preserving cultural history? How is what was taken during slavery and empire retraced and restored? Do our memories of the past affect our collective consciousness? And, who decides where and how black cultural memory is curated and preserved today?
SPEAKERS: Akala, Prof Abosede George, Prof Angelina Osbourne, David Killingray
CHAIR: Ed Keazor