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Celebration of African history

PUBLISHED: 11:41 01 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:24 05 July 2010

Lowestoft will host three events in the next month to mark African History Month, which was launched in late September and runs through October.

This year's theme,Windrush Routes, explores the cultural impact of the Windrush migration.

Lowestoft will host three events in the next month to mark African History Month, which was launched in late September and runs through October.

This year's theme,Windrush Routes, explores the cultural impact of the Windrush migration. It will mark the 60th anniversary of the arrival of the SS Empire Windrush from the Caribbean in 1948.

Lowestoft College on St Peter's Street will screen the film, God Grew Tired Of Us, by Nubian Films at 3pm on October 20, as well as a photo exhibition, Mixed Blessings, which will run between October 20 and 25 (01502 583521).

Lowestoft Library on Clapham Road South is the venue for the showing of the film Wondrous Oblivion, an uplifting human story from the 1960s. It will be at 2.30pm on October 23 (01502 405342).


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