The history of the Afro-American struggle for equality I.
The first of a series of three lectures by the columnist and editor of A2 Matěj Metelec,
which shall take place on the site of the evacuated boarding house.
The Afro-American struggle for equality erupted in its full force after the Second World War, and its victorious battles were waged in the 1960s. However, it was formed by the entire history of blacks in America, beginning with slavery. It was precisely this experience that was and remains to this day the basis of the relationship between black and white America, and the struggle against racism and discrimination. For this reason, the first lecture focuses on how blacks first came to America, what awaited them there and how after the end of slavery they began to struggle for equality.
7 June, 19:00–21:00, Klíšská 53, 400 01 Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic
Organised by AMARE Předlice and the Romafuturismo Library