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Kendrick Lamar’s Black Panther Soundtrack Spotlights These South African artists

How Kendrick Lamar incorporated the music of South Africa into his Wakanda.

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A poignant and moving retelling of the 1919 Race Riots in Liverpool, on the streets where it took place.

Visit the Augmented Reality (AR) trail and find the signs on the streets that can be brought to life using a mobile device, enabling you to watch short films depicting events that led to the Race Riots of 1919 and the death of seafarer Charles Wotten, all based on actual documented accounts.

Find the first sign and Film 1 on the corner of Nelson Street and Grenville Street.
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A poignant and moving retelling of the 1919 Race Riots in Liverpool, on the streets where it took place.

Visit the Augmented Reality (AR) trail and find the signs on the streets that can be brought to life using a mobile device, enabling you to watch short films depicting events that led to the Race Riots of 1919 and the death of seafarer Charles Wotten, all based on actual documented accounts.

Find the first sign and Film 1 on the corner of Nelson Street and Grenville Street.Image attachment

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