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Radical, Feminist and Black Publishing at the University of Sussex

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The University of Sussex is running a free event on the 30th October, which will focus on the role of feminist and black publishing in showcasing the creativity of women of African descent.

Margaret Busby, pioneering publisher and broadcaster, and editor of acclaimed anthology New Daughters of Africa will be joined by Myriad publishing director, Candida Lacey and Simidele Dosekun, Assistant Professor at LSE and formerly editor at Kachifo, publisher of Farafina Books. Margaretta Jolly from The Business of Women’s Words project will introduce.

The event will run from 4 pm – 5.45 pm at the University of Sussex. Copies of New Daughters of Africa will be available to buy and discounted for those attending. Drinks and snacks will also be provided.

As mentioned previously, this event is free but you must book your spot. You can do so HERE.

This event has been organised by The School of Media, Film and Music, CLHLWR and the Sussex Africa Centre.