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Time Travel for Beginners

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Event: Tuesday 5 October 2021  7.30pm online talk - for Zoom link contact info@nyhg.org.uk     "Time Travel for Beginners” - York's archival history at the Borthwick with Gary Brannan   The Borthwick Institute for Archives at the University of …

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Zoom Workshop: Learning about Black History with Joe Williams, Leeds born Arts and Heritage activist

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Free event hosted by Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust. Joe's session builds on his approach to Black British history by exploring ancient history and local, York, narratives from Roman times to the present. Always mindful of relevance …

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Public Film Screening: ‘Windrush: The Years After’ – a grassroots documentary on African Caribbean families settled in Huddersfield – with Special Guest Speakers (The Folk Hall, New Earswick, York)

The Folk Hall, New Earswick, York

Hosted by Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust. The film tells the story of people from Caribbean countries who migrated to England and arrived in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, between 1948 to 1972. The documentary brings to light their …

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Cycle to Freedom: To York and Beyond

Cycle Heaven 31 Hospital Fields Road York YO10 4FS

A social cycle ride with Empowered People for both able-bodied and disabled cyclists. About this event A social cycle ride with Empowered People for both able-bodied and disabled cyclists. The morning ride will depart Cycle Heaven on Hospital Fields Road at 10am and head …

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The interoceanic canal in Nicaragua & communities’ struggles for rights

Alcuin Research Resource Centre University of YorkYork,

The Nicaraguan interoceanic canal of 2013 is the biggest mega-project ever contemplated in Latin American history which - if built - could imply the biggest removal of earth in human history. The legal design of the canal concession includes legislation …

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