Celebrating 85 years of MCS

What was the Liverpool of the 1930s like? MCS Chair and Liverpool History Professor, John Belchem   delivered a well-attended, thought-provoking talk:  Liverpool in the 1930s: Have we offended the Gods? at the Kuumba Imani Millennium Centre, in Toxteth, on October 11. This was followed by a fascinating talk by Community Activist Ray Quarless on: Growing up in a Mixed Heritage Family.

We were welcomed to Kuumba Imani by Michelle Charters who, it has recently been announced, will be the new Head of the International Slavery Museum at National Museums Liverpool. READ MORE

John subsequently spoke to Paul Beesley on BBC Radio Merseyside about our anniversary  and you can hear his interview HERE

We also delved back into the MCS archive to find out what events and activities MCS was involved with in its early days. On the occasion of its Silver Jubilee in 1963, MCS produced this fascinating read HERE