Unveiling Black British Culture: A Quick Ting On Workshop
Join us for a groundbreaking workshop event featuring Jacaranda Books and their revolutionary non-fiction series, “A Quick Ting On.” This series, spearheaded by editor Magdalene Abraha, delves into the rich tapestry of Black British culture like never before.
In this immersive event, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the history and evolution of Black British culture through the diverse perspectives of influential debut authors. From the pulsating beats of Grime and Afrobeats to the vibrant worlds of Black fashion and hair, each book in the series is a captivating journey into a unique facet of Black British identity.
Through engaging discussions, interactive sessions, and expert insights, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the significance and impact of Black British culture on society. Discover the untold stories, uncover hidden narratives, and celebrate the achievements of Black voices that have shaped British history and culture.
This workshop is a platform for Black British voices to shine, as authors such as Chanté Joseph, Tobi Kyeremateng, Tskenya-Sarah Frazer, Franklyn Addo, and more, share their personal experiences, expertise, and perspectives. Prepare to be inspired and enlightened by their stories of resilience, creativity, and cultural innovation.
Whether you’re a passionate reader, an aspiring writer, or simply curious about the untold chapters of Black British culture, this event is for you. Connect with like-minded individuals, engage in thought-provoking discussions, and become part of a movement that celebrates diversity, representation, and inclusivity.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of “A Quick Ting On” and witness the power of Black British voices. Secure your spot now and be part of an event that is set to redefine cultural narratives, empower underrepresented voices, and create a lasting impact on our society.
Step into the realm of Black British culture and let the stories unfold. Join us for the “A Quick Ting On Workshop” and be part of a transformative experience that will shape your understanding of Black British identity.