With a procedure starting in February 2000, Section 28 was repealed, leading to a gigantic win for the LGBTQ+ community and human rights in general.
Picture of the Day: Black History Month by King Clown
Back in 1994, when advocating openly about LGBT rights as a company was still frowned upon, IKEA took a decisive stance for its brand and aired one of the first ever LGBT TV commercials in the history of advertising.
100 YEARS OF DARTFORD HISTORY 1916 – 2016 – In 2016 we celebrated the centenary of the opening of Dartford Public Library.
The Archive of Eurosceptic lies – The British press lied so much about the EU they decided to archive them all.
Video of the Day: ZAPPA Trailer – Imagine if you could take rock, jazz, pop, classical, a genre you just made up, art, theater, and influences from around the world and molded them into one.
Video fo the Day: Dartford’s Black History Month celebrations – a short film featuring Lucky Moyo folk in fusion to kickstart this years celebrations!
History Bites seeks to address the gaps in a “Eurocentric” curriculum by creating AR statues of famous black figures throughout history.