Manchester Black History Society
NEW COURSES IN 2017
New Black History courses are planned to begin in January 2017
More information to come...
Manchester Black History Society was established by Linford Sweeney in 2014 to promote awareness and discussions within the local community about black history, community activities and future achievements. It has a core membership of forty people who attend classes at Coffee Nubia, 155B Princess Road, Manchester M14 4RE
Black History Month 2017
Black History Month 2016
Resistance, Revolution and Resilience in the Caribbean, 1690 - 1938
Resistance and the Maroons in Jamaica
Caribbean-wide Resistance and Resilience
Revolution in Haiti
Emancipation and its Aftermath
Presenter/Facilitator: Linford Sweeney
Email Linford Sweeney: firstname.lastname@example.org
Black History Classes and Discussions 2017
Black History Classes and Discussions 2016
A Celebration of the Life of Dr Frances Cress Welsing (who recently passed away)
The Role of Melanin and Dark Skin.
What Caused the Black Man to Fail?
Strong Black Women
Strong Black Women Pt 2
Children Slavery and the Future
The Rise and Fall of the Black Panthers
Recovering from Enslavement and Colonisation Trauma (REACT)
presented/facilitated by Dr Erica McInnis, African-centred Clinical Psychologist and Winston Churchill Fellow (2016)
Marcus Garvey: "The Black Moses"
Bob Marley: History, Spirituality and Life
Daring Resistance by Enslaved People and their Descendants that Changed Life in the Caribbean Forever
Were White People the First to Populate Earth?
The 1970s, Jazz Funk and Black Self-identity
"Just because we' re magic doesn't mean that we are not real." Jesse Williams
(A discussion about the state of black people in the world and what each person can do to improve it)
Do Black Lives Matter?