Llafur Spring Series: Migration and Wales
Event Date: 20/02/2021 - 24/04/2021
We are pleased to announce our new series of online Llafur events on the theme of Migration and Wales. All the events will be held via Zoom. They are free to attend and everyone is welcome!
Part 1 – ‘Communities and People’
- Saturday 20th February at 11am – New Perspectives on Global Wales
- Saturday 27th February at 11am – Revisiting Tiger Bay
- Thursday 11 March at 7.30pm – Heritage and Memory: Exploring Jewish Wales
Part 2 – ‘Global Connections and Transnational Exchange’
- Saturday 3rd April at 11am – The Congo Institute and its Students
- Saturday 10th April at 11am – Religion and Liberty?
- Saturday 17th April at 2pm – ‘If there is no struggle there is no progress’: the Atlantic Abolitionist Movement and Wales
- Saturday 24th April at 1.30pm – Untangling Empire and Identity
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