Pavilion presents an event with Melody Walker, author of A Journey Through Our History: The Story of the Jamaican People in Leeds and Helen Graham (Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage, University of Leeds) discussing the value of unofficial archives and the ethics of representing living histories.
This event is free. Please book your place here via eventbrite.
This event is part of The Problem of Perspective: Interwoven Histories series. Interwoven Histories is a two-year project addressing migration and representation.
Image: August 1980, Crowds are gathered in Chapeltown Road on August Bank Holiday Monday (2016) Source: www.leodis.net