Virtual Student and Teacher Talk: The Oppression of the Black Community in Nazi-Occupied Europe
October 19 @ 4:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Black people experienced persecution and discrimination before, during and after the Third Reich in Germany and elsewhere. This workshop will utilise the Library’s valuable collections to crucially explore how the persecution of the black community by the Nazi regime was not straightforward and followed a different timeline to the persecution of other groups.
- To gain an overview of black history in Europe.
- To consider Nazi policies towards black people.
- To use the Library’s collection to explore the persecution and discrimination the black community faced in Nazi-Occupied Europe.
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2. Please try and join 5 minutes before the event start time and we will let you into the room (do try and bear with us if this takes a few minutes).Book now
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