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Pathways: The Nottingham Black History Mural

In 2016, the Centre for Research in Race and Rights (part of the Rights and Justice Research Priority Area), and the New Art Exchange joined together to create Nottingham's first black history mural. The four-month project transformed an old wall in the heart of Hyson Green into a vibrant and inspiring piece of public art. It depicts the diverse histories and potential futures of Nottingham's Global Quarter, and explores utopia and community activism.Project Team: Skinder Hundal (Executive Producer); Bo Olawoye (Manager); Melanie Kidd (Producer); Professor Zoe Trodd, Dr. Katie Donington and Hannah Jeffery (Directors); Maxine Davis and NG7 Voices Youth Forum (Participants); Tim Weeden and Andrew Wright (Mural Artists).