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Dr Stephen Mullen (in discussion with Jideofor Muotune) presents his research around James Watt; his father James Watt Senior; and his brother, John and his discoveries around their extensive involvement in transatlantic mercantile trade with the North American colonies and the sugar plantations of the Caribbean.
Kim’s portraits celebrate and interrogate mixed race identity effectively using the camera as an anti-racist tool.
Panel discussion featuring mixed race musician Matthew Hickmand and Greenockian Hazel Peters interrogating the discussions around Gourock’s Crest.
The event would also feature the launch of Magic Torch’s Comic book devised by local young people interrogating the legacies of Slavery in Inverclyde.