Many Rivers To Cross

3-30 April, 2018
Preview Saturday 21 April, 17:30 pm, Heritage Centre, Wolverhampton.

Three photographers reflect on art, heritage and politics. Featuring the work of Vanley Burke, Anand Chhabra and Jagdish Patel

50 years since Enoch Powell – racism and resistance then and now. With speakers Roger McKenzie (Unison assistant general secretary), Angela Spence (local resident and West Park primary class of 68) Shirin Hirsch (historian at University of Wolverhampton), Obaida Ahmed (prospective Councillor St Peter’s Ward) Patrick Vernon (activist and writer) and more to be announced. Join us for an evening of discussions and celebration.

19:30 till late – ‘Unity through sound’ with DJs – don’t hate, gyrate!

Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Lichfield St

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