Black History Month North Wales NetworkBlack History is our Shared History
An updated message (July 16) from Dr Ama Eyo,
Chair 2014-15 of the North Wales Black History Network
Croeso / Welcome, I was delighted to support the development of the programme of Black History Month activities and research into our Shared Histories for the past two years.
After spreading our wings to engage and involve a lot more individuals and organisations, I feel I need to hand the reins over to someone with a lot more time than I have currently.
Race Council Cymru has now taken on management of Black History Month across Wales and Liz Millman has agreed to be the Co-ordinator of our activities. Liz has been the main mover and shaker for the past few years, and she is willing to give it her best this year, a year when we face unexpected challenges.
Apologies that we are not currently able to offer this site in Welsh translation. If you are able to offer to help please let us know, and we will set up a parallel website. I never did get to do the Yoruba version!
Regards – Ama Eyo
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