Reclaiming Community Heritage, made possible with the National Lottery Heritage Fund, is led by a partnership of community organisations, including 81 Acts of Exuberant Defiance, The Ubele Initiative, and Empathy Museum, the project marks 40 years since the ’81 Uprisings, when, against a backdrop of racism, recession and unemployment, communities rose up in confrontation with police in Brixton (in April 1981), and (in July 1981) on frontlines across the UK, including Handsworth, Toxteth, Moss Side, Chapeltown, and St Pauls. Through creative “Acts”, Reclaiming Community Heritage channels the frustrations, exuberance, and resourcefulness of Black communities, to reclaim this neglected, forgotten, and under-appreciated heritage.
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