Larcaa Exhibition, 1987-1997. A sense of strength & achievement, Great George project, Blackie Gallery, Liverpool. November 20th 97 to january 27th 98. Probably the most multicultural, multinational, antiracist visual arts and education display ever. Everyone with sight is guaranteed to see themselves represented in this exibition.
Winds of change by karl Eversley. Poster produced by LARCAA, published by Equality matters 1996, supported by European Social fund Liverpool education Directorate; Liverpool compact and TVEI
Malcolm X day. Part 1. Thursday 22 february 1990, 8.00 pm Bluecoat arts centre. School lane, Liverpool. Bantu raw unltd. Terracoup sound inc. Malcolm X film & slide show. Part 2 : friday feb 23 1990. Philarmonic hall. Hope street, Liverpool. From New-York last poets davy Dmx. From London Soul Il Soul Posse cookie crew rebel Mc. From Liverpool Jah Deanko Tempo libre.
A tribute to John Barnes. Footballer of the year 1988. Liverpool.
African Presence in Liverpool. A Larcaa Exibition. Up from a past that is rooted in pain, I rise. Maya Angelou. Charts aspects of life in Liverpool from 1650 to the present day : History & Heritage, Arts & Culture, Sport & Entertainment, Education, Politics, Business, Literature, Architecture & Tourist Attractions.
Stand up for yours rights / Liverpool anti-racist community arts association (LARCAA). novembre 1990
Stand up for yours rights. Sit down and write and draw too ! […].