For the second year running, “Black History” Interruptions! challenged the exclusion of black contributions from historical narratives. In amidst a global pandemic, the programme was delivered purely online and consisted of:

In Leeds, a presentation of Speak Woman Speak’s dramatic production of Soledad and Betto followed by an artist discussion and Q&A with Carmen Martorell and Leah Francis of Speak Woman Speak and Dr Shona Hunter.

In London, an interactive African Storytelling workshop with Griot Chinyere.

Listen to the ‘Discover Central‘ podcast where Dr Javeria Shah and Dr Shona Hunter discuss this collaboration.