Duncan Lawrence

Duncan Lawrence born in 1970 – Basingstoke, Hampshire.

Listen below to find out where Duncan grew up and attended school:

 

Explains his career path from University to employment and finally moving to Leicester in 2001 with his wife as a Church Minister:

 

Explains his involvement with the Church community and the Y theatre:

 

Recalls Black History Month events throughout his lifetime:

 

Recalls Black History Month events in Leicester:

 

Duncan talks about popular Black music:

 

Recalls his first interactions in Leicester to Black History Month as part of his role as Church Minister:

 

Recalls Wolde Selassie and his drumming classes on a Sunday afternoon at the Y Theatre:

 

Explains his thoughts on events during Black History Month:

 

Explains his thoughts on Black History Season or Black History Month:

 

Explains that there was no representation during Black History Month in regards to business:

 

Explains how it is important to have a Black History Month to celebrate Black History and to be on the agenda for education and community activists:

 

Explains why he thinks it is important to capture, record and archive memories and thoughts relating to Black History and Black History Month: