Spotlight on a decade of grime music
25 Oct 2017
The Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre is working with Eithne Quinn from the American Studies department to build a brand new library resource, focusing on themes of hip hop, grime, spoken word, education and social justice
Join us as we mark the start of this exciting project with Reflections on a Decade of Grime by Dr Joy White, of Independent Social Research Foundation and Greenwich University, performances from Young Identity and an insight from Shirley May of Young Identity and Wordsmiths into their spoken word work in Manchester schools.
The event is free and is being held on Tuesday, 14 November from 5.30pm – 8pm in the Performance Space at Manchester Central Library.
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The Hip Hop Collection project is funded by the University’s Social Responsibility in the Curriculum Fund.