Check out the recording here:
"Dr Livingstone, I presume?" - Revisiting the UK-DRC Sharing History”
- contributions/talks from scholars, experts, historians, storytellers from both sides, the Congolese and the British
12.10 Welcome by Belong Nottingham
12.15 Presentation by one of the BN volunteers about pre-colonial Congo with other of the founder members of Belong, who are from DRC
12.20 Norbert Mbu-Mputu - "New UK/DRC Common History Re-Visiting and Links: Challenges and Opportunities"
Remembering July 2016, when a delegation from the Democratic Republic of the Congo visited Wales to trace the links between the two countries. They focused on two towns, Colwyn Bay - the site of the African Institute, and Denbigh, the home town of 19th century explorer and journalist Henry Morton Stanley.
See two short videos of their visit here:
1.15 Tim Jeal - author of 'Stanley' to talk about what Stanley hoped for when he started to work on the Congo for King Leopold. And then Tim will describe what actually happened, based on his extensive research of the recently released papers which enabled him to write the book. (20 mins and presentation)
1.50 Simon Ferrigno - Belong Nottingham presentation on plans to research more on Jacob Wainwright
The 'Black History Special Conference 2020' continues next week 11th December.