African Community in Surrey & Sussex Launches Black Book Club

By Duchess Magazine

In commemoration of Black History Month, the African Community in Surrey and Sussex is proud to announce the success of their Black Book Club Launch at Horley Library which took place on 12th October, 2022. 

As programed by the African Community in Surrey & Sussex, the black book launch event is one of the programs organized to celebrate the Black History Month of 2022. These programs started on the 12th of October with the book club launch and to end on the 29th of October with a workshop. 

The African community in Surrey and Sussex experienced an educative and enlightening time at the  event Black Book Club Launch organized by the African Community in Surrey and Sussex.

In attendance of the book club launch are authors, speakers, lecturers and celebrities. The authors and speakers in attendance featured mind rousing topics. HiboWardere spoke on her book Cut, Princess Ronke Ademiluyi on Unspoken – a chronicle of Women Kings, Dr Oduntan Gbenga from University of Kent  discussed International Law & Boundary Disputes in Africa. 

Peter Olorunisomo spoke on A snake in the King’s palace, Pastor Irene Ferry on World within Worlds, Cllr Ade Aminu-Nigerian on British Politicians in UK and Ronke Soyombo on Teaching & Learning Literacy.

The African Community in Surrey & Sussex was established to foster literacy on black discourses and home-away-from-home experience between Africans in diaspora. 

Hence, the reason for the black book launch. The African Community in Surrey & Sussex appreciates the presence of the speakers and attendees. 

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