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Black History Month is here again and you are invited to celebrate in Birmingham


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Birmingham’s celebration of Black History Month will be launched with a special event tomorrow (18 September 2021).


As well as reflecting the city’s diversity and heritage, this year’s programme also reflects the continued impact Covid-19 has had on Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.


It will feature inspiring speakers and creative performances, with many drawing on their and the wider community’s experiences.


Free tickets for this launch event are available from the Eventbrite website here.


Details of events, activities, and exhibitions during October for Black History Month can be found at www.birminghamblackhistorymonth.co.uk.


This year’s launch marks a return to live events and will take place at the Legacy Centre of Excellence at 144 Potters Lane, Aston, from 6 pm.


Written by: David Watkins

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