Oxford has been internationally connected, through learning and trade, for hundreds of years. At this event we will discuss what we have learned about racism and race and how we can build on it.
Speakers will include:
- Femi Nylander, a musician and activist with Rhodes Must Fall
- Mariam and Anjum from Stand Up to Racism, Oxford
- Will Kaufman, from University of Central Lancashire will bring an international dimension, illustrating through songs and slides, the development of Woody Guthrie as anti-racist activist.
6pm - 8pm
Attendance is free but booking is recommended for the purposes of catering. Please use this Eventbrite registration link to book your place.
The Oxford Bus Company City 3/3a route runs from the City Centre to Ashhurst Way, which is then a short walk to the community centre. Please note the Queen Street closure which may affect your journey time.
On-site parking is available but limited, however there is on street parking available nearby.
Part of the Talking Oxford Trinity Term 2017 seminar series.