Monday, 8 April 2013

John Archer and Black Politics

INVITATION Re: John Archer and Black Politics. Free presentation @ Battersea Library 
(Clapham Junction)
 April 16, 6.30pm

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John Archer and Black Politics. A free, audio-visual presentation by history consultant Kwaku which highlights the community and local political activities by Archer, who became London's first African mayor when he was elected Mayor of Battersea 100 years ago in 1913. Archer, initially a Liberal politician, he became a stalwart of Battersea's Labour party and trade union movement, and successfully worked with an Asian Communist to be twice elected MP. Archer was also involved in pan-Africanism.

Tuesday 16 April. 6.30-8pm. John Archer and Black Politics. 
An audio-visual presentation by Kwaku @ Battersea Library, 265 Lavender Hill, SW11 1JB (Clapham Junction). 

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