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One month to go! Celebrating Nelson Mandela: His Letters, His Legacy - 17 July

Celebrating Nelson Mandela

Join Jackie Kay, Kwame Kwei-Armah, Gary Younge, Jay Bernard, Zoe Wicomb, and Errollyn Wallen at Union Chapel on 17 July!

Celebrating Nelson Mandela: His Letters, His Legacy is your first chance to hear the never-before-published prison letters of Nelson Mandela. Produced and directed by the award-winning Josette Bushell-Mingo, the evening will be an exciting celebration of the centenary of Mandela’s birth, his tireless fight for human rights, and his tremendous legacy. Further guests to be announced...

This event is BSL interpreted, please contact the Union Chapel with any access requirements.

Tuesday 17 July, 7pm (6.30pm doors) | Union Chapel, London         #PENmandelaletters

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The letters will be published by Liveright in a new volume, The Prison Letters of Nelson Mandela, available to purchase on the night. The book’s editor Sahm Venter and Nelson Mandela’s granddaughter, Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela, will also be joining us for the evening’s celebrations.

English PEN is delighted to have this opportunity to celebrate and uphold Nelson Mandela’s legacy of championing human rights. Through the work of English PEN, a leading advocate for freedom of expression in the UK and around the world, thousands of letters are still being received by writers who, even today, find themselves persecuted and imprisoned for speaking out.

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Black Cultural Archives celebrates Windrush 70 Years On with a celebration on the historic Windrush square, including talks with Black Britain’s leading independent publishers on 23 June and an in-conversation with Gary Younge The NHS and Windrush: Race, Migration and the Health of the Nation on 26 June. Find out more and book your ticket.

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