This fascinating talk by Bill Williams will draw parallels between the Africans who settled in Salford after the opening of the Manchester Ship Canal (1894) and the Jewish community who also settled in Salford. Both communities faced discrimination. How different were the experiences of the two communities? What strategies did they each employ for their survival and for their defence?
Tickets £3.50 Contact museum on 0161 834 9879 to book a place.
This event will be held in conjunction with the Jewish Historical Society