Audio recordings from the second ‘What’s Happening in Black British History?’ workshop (WHBBH2), hosted 19 February 2015 at the University of Liverpool, are now available via our YouTube playlist.
Posted talks include:
- Dr Ray Costello’s Keynote Address.
- Jeffrey Green on ‘Local History: Two Liverpool Families‘
- Madeline Heneghan on ‘Black Seafarers, Servicemen and Workers and the Struggle to Survive‘
- Gary Shaw on ‘The Rise and Role of the Colour Bar in British Boxing 1909-1947‘
- Shaun Wallace on ‘Visual Representations of Significant Post-World War Two African Diasporan Artists‘
- Norma Gregory on ‘Early Black British Narratives: Their Significance and Legacy‘
- Arthur Torrington on ‘How Africans in the Caribbean Hastened Emancipation Day‘
- With an introduction to the WHBBH series from Professor Philip Murphy.
The event concluded with a Roundtable Discussion featuring Dr Richard Huzzey, Dr Ray Costello, Professor Alan Rice, Dr Miranda Kaufmann, Michael Ohajuru, and Elizabeth Burke. See below for the audio: