Camden Black History Season 2021 – Honoring Our Nation of Black Unsung Heroes


Judy Frederick of the Camden Black Workers Group explains the importance of this year’s theme:

“Whether they played a role in the fight for equal rights or made a difference in local communities, over the next two months we will honor our nation with unsung black heroes from past and present, who have contributed to change and inspired the black community across generations.

Camden Black History Season 2021

We celebrate with an exciting program including a range of events and activities including arts, music and culture, lectures and webinars, kitchens, storytelling for children and adults, book clubs and tours. walk from history. There really is something for everyone to enjoy – here are some of the highlights.

Camden Black Creatives: Future Fest

October 2 and 3, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Croissant Sud

This two-day event, held in the heart of Bloomsbury WC1, is a celebration of black culture, promote inclusiveness, diversity and visibility. The outdoor event will feature a fashion show, live performers, music, dancing and an indoor exhibit.

Proud to be “PROUD TO BE” Camden Black History Season

October 8, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Camden House, Lab Tech (Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AB)

As the 2021 Camden Black History season kicks off, we are pleased to invite you to an event titled “PROUD TO BE” where we celebrate the success of Camden creators and artists.

Hosted by Eddie Nestor MBE, expect an eclectic mix of performances, lectures and panel discussions on the topic and a preview of the varied program on offer for Camden Black History Season.

Register for this free event.

Black entrepreneurs event

October 13, 6-8 p.m. online

If you’re looking to start your own business, don’t miss this online discussion moderated by Black Pound Day founder, Swiss from So Solid Crew.

Aiming to equip aspiring entrepreneurs with the skills and tools to start their own businesses, special guests will provide constructive and practical advice.

Visit the event to see special guests and to register.

Colin Grant – “Negro with a Hat: The Rise and Fall of Marcus Garvey”

October 21 – 5 p.m., Swiss Cottage Library

This event explores the life and philosophy of Marcus Garvey, the influential Jamaican political activist, publisher, journalist, entrepreneur and speaker. Colin Grant, famous author of this seminal book, leads the discussion.

Register for this free event

Camden Back Workers’ Group Event

October 22 – 6.30 p.m., London Irish Center

The Camden Black Workers Group honors unsung black heroes of the past and present. This exciting event will highlight those who have contributed to the changes and have inspired the black community through the generations. A range of special guest speakers share their inspiring stories about the work they do in the community. The event will also include a number of exciting performances throughout the evening.

To find out more about the events, visit

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