Journey to Justice in Birmingham

Free Major Exhibition

Logo advertising "journey to justice" eventOn Friday 7 February at the Library of Birmingham, saxophonist Soweto Kinch, gospel duet Samantha Jones and Markell, actor/director Tonia Daley-Campbell and social/community activist Duncan Moore will welcome Journey to Justice, the UK’s first major exhibition about the role of ‘ordinary’ women, men and children in the US civil rights movement and its impact on the UK.

We are delighted to announce that educator and playwright Don Kinch will cut the exhibition ribbon at the launch. Speakers also include Councillor John Cotton, Manjit Shellis from Birmingham Education Partnership and Mark Hutchinson on behalf of Journey to Justice.

The multimedia exhibition has been seen by 177,000 people. With music, art, poetry, films and oral history, it is free to visit.

Free admission but booking essential.

Book online with Eventbrite

For group bookings email: enquiries@libraryofbirmingham.com

Dates: 7 February 2020 to 27 April 2020

Times: 11am to 5pm

Location: Spotlight and Photography Wall, Library of Birmingham

Website: https://journeytojustice.org.uk/birmingham/

Article posted 5 February 2020

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