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Film: Forward Ever: The Killing of a Revolution, followed by Q&A

11/10/2014 @ 18:30 - 21:30


In October 1983, Ronald Reagan sent 8,000 members of the US Armed Forces to invade Grenada, an island with a population of just over 100,000 people, in an operation he named ‘American Fury’; an operation he had been planning ever since the Grenadan revolution of 1979 had displaced the US-anointed tyrannical Prime Minister, Eric Gairy. The US invasion of Grenada, criticised as a ‘flagrant violation of international law’ by the UN and international community, put an end to a unique experiment in Caribbean politics.

This comprehensive, gripping and revealing documentary tells the story of the Grenada revolution as never before. The film features extensive, previously unseen file footage, as well as old and new interviews with many of the key players of the time.

150mins, Bruce Paddington, 2013

October is Black History Month in the UK; an opportunity to celebrate and raise awareness of black cultural heritage, history and experiences today. The theme for Islington this year is social justice; raising awareness of the fight for race equality in history and contemporary culture.

Islington Black History Month Festival 2014 in partnership with Voluntary Action Islington and Black History Walks present the film screening followed by Q&A.



To book your place, please click  here.


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18:30 - 21:30


Voluntary Action Islington
200a Pentonville road
London, N1 9JP United Kingdom
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