131102 Onyeka

Luton Black Men Community Group hosts

Onyeka presentation

Blackamoores: Africans in Tudor England, their Presence, Status and Origins

Sunday 2nd November 4-7pm

First Nation Centre, 3rd/top floor,
10 Midland Road, Luton LU2 0HR

(opposite Luton train station multi-storey car park, next to TropicalFM)

With local vendors selling health and other products

Food and drinks available for sale

Admission fee: Free if you register in advance at www.lbmcgblackamoores.eventbrite.co.uk
or £2 at the door on the day

Telephone: 07591 747987

email: info@lutonblackmen.org

twitter: @lutonblackmen

Limited tickets, so book your tickets for this event below before ticket sales end

Visit www.lutonblackmen.org/blackamoores for more information

LBMCG Blackamoores

Luton Black Men Community Group hosts
Onyeka presentation – Blackamoores

Researching Between the Lines research is vital in reshaping long held beliefs about the Tudor period and the role people of African descent played in shaping modern England

In this groundbreaking book, supported by evidence from a variety of sources, Onyeka argues that these people were present in cities and towns throughout England, but that they did not automatically occupy the lowest positions in Tudor society




07591 747987