UK College To Screen Civil Rights Documentary

May 4, 2015

The Oxford University Race and Resistance Network and Pembroke College Oxford is getting set to screen an award-winning documentary on the Bermuda civil rights movement, called When Voices Rise by Quibo Films/Errol Williams.

The screening will be followed by a conversation with Rev. Kingsley Tweed, one of the leaders of the Bermuda civil rights movement, and Professor Stephen Tuck of Pembroke College.

The screening of When Voices Rise, which is hosted in part by the TORCH Race and Resistance Network, will take place in Pembroke College’s Eccles Room on May 8 from 12.30pm to 2.30pm.

For more information about the Race and Resistance Network, visit their website.

Oxford University Bermuda Civil Rights Event 8 May 2015

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  1. Raymond Ray says:

    It’s good that others elsewhere will have an opportunity to learn about the trials and tribulations of Bermuda’s “black” people prior to this historical event. Sad but true, many had endured until uniting for changes… changes that have benefitted not just the “blacks” but everyone on this Island, all accomplished without violence. Mr. Kingsley Tweed had been influential but he had been, “a spoke in the wheel” as were many others that you can / will learn about once viewing this Civil Rights Documentary.