EASTSIDE NEWS

Black History Month 2018

- Barking & Dagenham

Our brand new exhibition, 'Too Dark to be Seen', created in partnership with Barking and Dagenham Council for Voluntary Services, will be launched on October 2nd at Barking Town Hall. It will remain on display throughout Black History Month.

Black History Month 2018

- Newham

We will be very busy in Newham over Black History Month. Please see below for details.

 

Windrush Nurses reminiscence sessions

- Wednesday 3rd, Stratford Library, 11am-12pm

- Tuseday 23rd, Stratford Library, 2pm-3pm

 

Windrush Generation reminiscence sessions

- Thursday 4th, Plaistow Library, 11am

- Tuesday 9th, Forest Gate Library, 11am

- Friday 19th, Manor Park Library, 12pm-2pm

 

Black Women Inventors - art workshops

- Monday 22nd, North Woolwich Library, 11am-1pm

- Tuesday 23rd, Beckton Globe Library, 2pm-4pm

- Thursday 25th, Custom House Library, 2pm-4pm 

 

Black History Month 2018

- Redbridge

To celebrate Black History Month, we will have two exhibitions on display in libraries around Redbridge.

 

Windrush Nurses

- South Woodford Library & Gym: Monday 1st - Saturday 13th

- Goodmayes Library: Tuesday 16th - Wednesday 31st.

 

East London's Black British Footballers

- Wanstead Library: Monday 1st - Wednesday 10th

- Fulwell Cross Library: Friday 12th - Saturday 20th

- Gants Hill Library: Tuesday 23rd - Wednesday 31st

  


Call for volunteers: Women Inventors

'The A-Z of Women Inventors' will investigate the journeys of four extraordinary women from East London: Agnes 'Queen of Ices' Marshall (ice cream entrepreneur), Mary Quant (inventor of the miniskirt), Joan Ball (inventor of the first computer dating service), and Phyllis Pearsall (Inventor of the A-Z). We need your help to collect oral histories that will uncover the legacies and impact of these women's inventions.

Please contact Megan@ech.org.uk to be involved.

Talking Sport project completed

We charted the changes in access to sport in Newham over the years, especially looking at the Olympic legacy. Check out the interviews we collected, workshops we carried out, and film we made, on our website, here.

20 Years of Eastside

We celebrated 20 years of work in the community at the House of Commons with our new patron Lyn Brown MP.

 



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