2017 National Memorial for the Victims of the African Holocaust

A beautiful day was had by all.

“Thank you for doing that, I was there with my daughter and it was a blessing, she just said ‘mummy now I know where I come from’ that touched my heart, my daughter did not have identity[sic] that’s what I understand, she was struggling and I didn’t know”
ticharosario , Instagram
“Brilliant event, uplifting, informative and entertaining. Fantastic speakers, dancers and poet. I was blessed to be there. Looking forward to next year’s event. Thanks to the organisers.”
Pamela Campbell, Facebook
“Excellent event. Well done for birthing this vision – we need it! Onwards and upwards…”
Shazza Nuge, Facebook
“Great afternoon power to you & family. Thank you very much one love peace.Tricia”
Tricia Burke, Facebook
“Dr Lez was a fantastic host for yesterday’s Slavery Remembrance National Memorial 2017. Thank you to the organiser for putting on such an empowering and uplifting event. #OneLove

#TimeToRemember #SlaveryRemembrance #MyTribe ✊✊”

Marlesha Jardine, Facebook
” I was at Trafalgar Square as well yesterday and took some videos. I was particularly impressed with the Lady originally from Jamaica who said she single handedly started the movement. As well as the young Lady poet, whose poem was entitled ” Do you love yourself Black Boy”
John Quaye Quao, Facebook
“Awesome, thank you”
Tara Gholston, Facebook
“We had a beautiful day today. Thank you for such an important event.”
Sinai Fleary, Facebook
“My first time ever attending this event and i absolutely loved it”
Dinar Leo Dino, Facebook
“Definitely want to go next year!”
Leanne Gayle, Facebook
“It was absolutely fantastic, first time for me definitely going next year.”
Michael Lisbie, Facebook
“This woman’s [Simply Sayo] poetry was absolutely amazing. I thoroughly enjoyed the entire event, looking forward to checking it out next year.”
Sondai Az, Facebook