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Posts tagged "Max Farrar"

Was David Oluwale a martyr?

9. David Oluwale memory and martyrdom Max Farrar (FINAL 4) This is a chapter written by the Secretary to #RememberOluwale that debates whether or not David is a martyr. It includes the reason why we think Ellerker and Kitching should have been convicted of David’s murder. More information on the book in which this chapter...
Remembering David in history, poetry, music and film

Remembering David in history, poetry, music and film

There is now a considerable body of work which reflects on David Oluwale's life and tragic death. This long essay by Max Farrar, Secretary to the David Oluwale Memorial Association, discusses several of the most substantial works, starting with Ron Phillips's important article 'The Death of One Lame Darkie' (1972).
45 Years On: Fundraising event for the David Oluwale Memorial Garden - programme

45 Years On: Fundraising event for the David Oluwale Memorial Garden – programme

Announcing the final programme for the major event at Left Bank, Leeds, on Saturday 3rd May 2014, organised by Masters students at Leeds Metropolitan University with help from our charity . . .   It’s exactly 45 years since David died REMEMBER OLUWALE FUNDRAISING EVENT Celebrating Diversity in Leeds Saturday 3rd May 2014, 7-10pm At...
Leeds BHM event

Leeds BHM event

Max Farrar will be giving a short presentation about the David Oluwale Memorial Association as part of Leeds Black History Month at the City Museum on Thursday 25th October. There will also be a screening of Corinne Silva’s short film Wandering Abroad which traces David’s journey down the river Aire, his final journey, but also narrates...