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Insiders/Outsiders: New nationwide arts festival to celebrate wartime refugees and their cultural creativity

German and Austrian Jews who created art while being held in British internment camps in the early years of World War Two are to be celebrated in a new festival. Details have been announced in the UK of a new … Continue reading

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Cesar Picton’s Conviction for Poaching

In November 2014 Kingston ran an event on ‘Africans in Georgian London: Cesar Picton and his World in Film and Records’, which explored the life of Kingston’s most famous eighteenth-century black businessman based on new documents discovered at The National … Continue reading

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