Black History Month finale at the Wales Millennium Centre

Thursday 28 October 2010, 16:02

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The finale of Black History Month celebrations will take place this Saturday 30 October, between 12pm and 6pm at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay.

In partnership with Black Voluntary Sector Network Wales, the programme culminates with a packed day of live music, workshops, discussions and activities.

Contributors include Gareth Hicks reading 'Cymru Ddu' - Black Wales; Glenn Jordan, Reader in Cultural Studies in the Cardiff Centre for Creative and Cultural Industries on 'What is Black History and Why Does it Matter?'. Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas, AM will be providing the keynote speech for the evening.

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