Black Scottish History with Lisa Williams
Black Scottish History with Lisa Williams

Black Scottish History with Lisa Williams

Episode 24 (Season 3): Black Scottish History with Lisa Williams

Let’s sit down for a chat with Lisa Williams to hear her story and learn more about Black Scottish History.

Lisa Williams is the founder of the Edinburgh Caribbean Association, which promotes Caribbean culture in Scotland, and since 2018 has been running Black History Walks Edinburgh.

To find out more about the walking tours – and to add some context to this conversation – also listen to last week’s episode ‘More to it‘.

Listen to my conversation with Lisa in which we cover…

  • Moving to Scotland from the Caribbean,
  • The development of the Black History Walks in Edinburgh,
  • Scottish books to add to your reading list,
  • Lisa’s favourite place in Edinburgh, and more!

Connect with Lisa in Instagram: @caribscot

Learn more about the Edinburgh Caribbean Association.

Learn more about the Iron Age Votadini tribe here.

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Credits

Written and hosted by Kathi Kamleitner.
Produced, edited and sound design by Fran Turauskis.
Transcripts and social media by Michelle Payne.
Cover Art illustrated by Lizzie Vaughan-Knight.
All original music composed by Bruce Wallace.
Additional sound effects from Zapsplat.
All photographs by Kathi Kamleitner.

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