Ramiah “Rezz” O’Neill

Ramiah “Rezz” O’Neill (shown above receiving a medal at African Caribbean Centre) born in 1980 – Highfields, Leicester.

Listen below to find out where Rezz attended school:

 

Rezz recalls the different places that he has been employed during his working life:

 

Rezz explains the Black Future Group organisation and recalls a question time he participated in discussing important issues in the community:

 

Recalls events during Black History Month and the Emancipation Walk:

 

Explains his thoughts on the importance of people learning about their heritage and Black History:

 

Explains his involvement during Black History Month and Black History events:

 

Explains his thoughts on the African Caribbean Centre in Highfields, Leicester:

 

Recalls Raddle’s Bookshop in Highfields, Leicester:

 

Explains more thoughts relating to the importance of Black History:

 

Explains his thoughts relating to education and learning about Black History:

 

Explains his thoughts relating to either Black History Season or Black History Month:

 

Recalls his education growing up relating to Black History Month or Black History:

 

Explains about the Rasta community in Leicester:

 

Explains his thoughts and ideas relating to the future of Black History Month and involvement with events:

 

Recalls his uncle Djoee Tomakloe being involved with the Black community and Black History Month events:

 

Explains his thoughts on the importance of archiving and recording memories relating to Black History and Black History Month: