Join us for an afternoon celebrating the life and work of A. Sivanandan, one of the most important and influential black anti-racist thinker-activists in the UK.
Bringing together tributes, remembrances, music, discussion, poetry and film, we will trace his political legacy in the UK and internationally. His concerns, with what racism does, what imperialism does, what globalisation does and how we can fight back, take on a renewed urgency now.
Location: Conway Hall – 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
The event is free but registration is required via Eventbrite.
Gary Younge (The Guardian)
Linton Kwesi-Johnson (Poet)
Nancy Murray (Former director of education ACLU Mass. USA)
Colin Prescod (Chair IRR)
David Edgar (Playwright)
Suresh Grover (The Monitoring Group)
Liz Fekete (Director IRR)