Published September 17, 2020 

Slavery in the City Walk

by Pat Langford

Slavery in the City Walk

Six in the City were delighted to have a walk on ‘Slavery in the City ‘ accepted as part of this year’s Open House Festival and we are running it on 19th and 20th September. It has proved very popular and there are no spaces left on this free walk, but we are running it again on various dates in October. You can find tickets for these extra dates on the Walks Page

Please also see this article

The City of London Corporation are asking people to contribute to a consultation on the presence of statues and other artefacts that have links to the Trans-Atlantic Slave trade and historic racism. The consultation is open until 24th November and you can find the link to it here


Slavery in the City Walk






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