Venue - The Library at Willesden Green
he Library at Willesden Green, 95 High Rd, London NW10 2SF, UK
Current research proves that the population of Tudor England was considerably more diverse than we have been led to believe. There was a notable population of African people living and working in Tudor England, providing skills and trades. The lives of these people are often omitted from the mainstream teaching of the Tudor period.
Join the historian Onyeka, as he examines this vital research and evaluates the importance of this untold history.