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Black History Month during October

Black History Month is an annual event which brings a programme crammed full of inspirational, fun and thought provoking events throughout October.
This October Norfolk Black History Month will bring you over 100 events across Norwich and Norfolk with the theme Black Past, Present and Future in partnership with UEA School of American Studies.
Danny Keen Jamaican Artist 
Throughout October
Cafe Bar Marzano - free entry 
Danny will showcase a series of kinetic abstract paintings in oils which recreate the rhythms, sounds and colours of the Caribbean. The oil paintings will also be available to buy.
Image, right, 'High Winds in Jamaica' by Danny Keen.
Black History, White History - Talks and Conversations
Friday 11 October
The Curve 6.30pm-7.30pm
Details TBA
10 Years Working Towards a More Cohesive Community
Saturday 12 October
The Curve and Fusion 5.30pm-8.30pm
Interface learning will celebrate its 10 year anniversary and achievement with music, food and community award ceremony. Come and get to know Norfolk’s our diverse community. Listen to our communities aspirations, dreams and achievements.
How Norfolk Got the Groove
Friday 18 October
The Curve 6.30pm-8pm
John Davison present in music, words and video clips, the story of how Norfolk was one of the first parts of England to hear Rhythm and Blues when black American service men came to the region during and after the Second World War.
This previously untold story explains how they brought hard rocking rhythm and blues, jazz and swing records with them – on the weekends the clubs and pubs of Norwich were rammed and jammed to the sounds of these imported records belonging to USA servicemen who were bussed into the city from the nearby air bases. Local jazz musicians who were there tell their story of how black American culture influenced them in these entertaining afternoon and evening sessions, featuring live music.