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BCA presents HERO

sat22jun6:00 pmsat9:00 pmBCA presents HERO

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Black Cultural Archives (BCA)

Black Cultural Archives was founded in 1981 to collect, preserve and celebrate the contributions Black people have made to the culture, society and heritage of the UK.Our unique and growing archive collection offers insight into the history of people of African descent in Britain and includes rare documents, photographs, oral history testimonies and objects dating from the second century to the present day. Through our public programmes and partnership work with other organisations we enable a variety of communities to learn and connect with this often hidden history.Black Cultural Archives is working on a major building project to open the UK's first Black heritage centre at Windrush Square in the heart of Brixton, London.
+44 (0)20 3757 8500 1 Windrush Sq. Brixton, SW2 1EF.

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Event Details

Black Cultural Archives (BCA) invites you to a very special screening as part of our Windrush commemoration on Saturday 22 June of the incredible film HERO inspired by the extraordinary life and times of Trinidadian war veteran Ulric Cross.

Black Cultural Archives (BCA) invites you to a very special screening as part of our Windrush commemoration on Saturday 22 June of the incredible film HERO inspired by the extraordinary life and times of Trinidadian war veteran Ulric Cross.

BCA is a proud partner of the opening London screening and will receive 25% of every ticket sold.

Time

(Saturday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Ritzy Cinema and Cafe

Coldharbour Lane, London, SW2 1JG

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