‘FREEDOM’ the rallying call as politically-charged exhibitions open at the Great North Museum: Hancock

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soma sale dresses FREEDOM Until Friday 1 December, free entry A contemporary film installation across four screens, inspired by Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s 1967 speech at Newcastle University. Not as it is written: Black Pittsburgh in voice and image Until Friday 1 December, free entry An exhibition of photos from the world-class Teenie Harris Archive, accompanied by spoken recollections of Civil Rights era Pittsburgh Two politically-charged exhibitions inspired by Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s 1967 speech at Newcastle University have opened at…

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Juice Festival is almost here

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http://hospitalinfection.org/?xy=prozac-or-xanax-for-anxiety&750=a0 From 20 October, Juice Festival will be taking over cultural venues, libraries and public spaces across NewcastleGateshead with an action-packed nine days of theatre, music, arts, circus, film, dance and everything in between. The award winning and inclusive multi-arts festival, developed by and for young people under 25, takes place during the October half term (Friday 20 October – Saturday 28 October) and offers something for everyone. Produced by NewcastleGateshead Initiative, the annual festival showcases the outstanding work of children…

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Children to perform new musical, ‘As Free As A Bird’ for Freedom City 2017

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http://eventsandbusiness.com/?ef=lorazepam-side-effects-heart-rate Children from three east end primary schools in Newcastle have been hard at work in their schools, singing, dancing and rehearsing to put together a performance of a brand new musical ‘As Free As a Bird!’ for the start of the Platforma Festival 2017. And on Thursday 19 October they’re coming together for the first time to collaboratively perform a world premiere of the work, on stage at the magnificent Tyne Theatre & Opera House! Over 100 children from Byker…

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New poetry collection celebrates Martin Luther King

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follow site Powerful poems inspired by a speech Dr Martin Luther King gave when he visited Newcastle in 1967 feature in a new book launched next month. Poets on both sides of the Atlantic have contributed to The Mighty Stream: Poems in Celebration of Martin Luther King. Featuring work by both established and emerging poets, the new anthology brings together a selection of poems addressing the challenges of racism, poverty and war that Dr King highlighted in the impromptu speech he made…

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Talk will put British Black history in the spotlight

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Tyne Bridge to host epic civil rights performance commemorating Martin Luther King anniversary

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enter Just as the Edmund Pettus bridge in Alabama was the setting for one of the most iconic moments of the civil rights movement, it has been announced today that the Tyne Bridge will be the setting for a spectacular performance celebrating the courage and sacrifice of those that have led the long march for civil rights. Held on Sunday 29 October as part of a commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King’s visit to Newcastle, Freedom on…

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Where do we go from here? New exhibition responds to a civil rights icon.


Cheap Somas Where do we go from here? Part of Freedom City 2017 Preview: Tuesday 3rd October, 6pm – 8.30pm with speeches at 7pm Exhibition open: 4th October – 18th November Taking place in Ex-Libris Gallery, Newcastle University Fine Art Department New exhibition responds to a civil rights icon A new exhibition will explore the theme of social justice to give a thought-provoking response to the challenges set out by a civil rights icon. Where do we go from here?, features work…

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Freedom fighters immortalised in new comic

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http://kelleyunthankmakeup.com/?jt=can-phentermine-cause-body-odor Characters from the North East now have their own comic celebrating the region’s local and global role in real-life struggles for freedom. Tyneside radicals Historical figures including suffragette Emily Davison, the Jarrow Marchers and anti-slavery campaigner Frederick Douglass are among the Tyneside radicals whose stories are told in ‘Freedom City Comics’. The new anthology presents snapshots of the history of civil rights and politics linked to the North East and has been produced by Newcastle University’s Humanities Research Institute. Institute director, Professor Matthew Grenby, said: “Newcastle has…

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The inside story of a King in Newcastle


source url The inside story of Martin Luther King Jr.’s visit to Newcastle in 1967 to accept an honorary degree is being told for the first time in a special exhibition. Unique archive material Using unique and, in some cases, never before seen material from Newcastle University’s archives and other sources, ‘To honour a great and good man’, reveals the preparation and planning that took place for Dr King’s visit. The exhibition, at the University’s Philip Robinson library, looks at what led…

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Northumbria academic to publish inside story of Martin Luther King’s historic visit to Newcastle

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http://andrewpaynter.com/?fer=valium-im&aca=92 A fascinating new book about Martin Luther King’s historic visit to Newcastle University will be published next month by Newcastle Libraries’ Tyne Bridge Publishing to coincide with the 50th anniversary of this landmark event. Martin Luther King in Newcastle by Northumbria University’s Professor in American Studies, Brian Ward, brings alive the historic significance and contemporary relevance of this episode in North East, British and US history. The book tells the inside story of Dr. King’s visit, explaining why he was…

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