‘400 years of Black Female Leaders’

// 31 August 2009

The Imperial War Museum in London is hosting a film and documentary screening this September, about black women leaders throughout history:

Date: 27th September 2009

Time: 1.00pm – 4.30pm

Women in war or peacetime do not always get the historical credit they deserve. Through film and documentaries find out about Black women who have led the resistance against slavery, colonialism, and racism.

In association with Tony Warner and 100 Black Men of London www.100bmol.org.uk

Admission free

For further information please call 020 7416 5446

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