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From Great War to Race Riots Website Launch

28th October at Liverpool Central Library, 6pm
Writing on the Wall have been presented with a number of significant, original documents covering the period 1919 to 1921, by community member and activist Joe Farrag. This archive relates to the position of Black ex-servicemen, seamen and factory workers stranded or left destitute in Liverpool after the First World War. 
Come and view the full archive online and meet the people who have been exploring Liverpool's Black WWI experience through the prism of these fascinating letters and documents. 
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or call Madeline Heneghan on 0151 703 0020

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