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Ujima Radio at the St Paul’s Carnival 2014

Sat 5th July saw Bristol’s annual St Paul’s Carnival attracting tens of thousands of people from all over the city and beyond. The carnival started іn 1967 аs а multi-cultural event, St Paul’s Festival, whіch wаs aimed аt bringing together the European, African-Caribbean аnd  Asian communities living іn the area. The initial organisers  were the St Paul’s аnd Environs Consultative Committee аnd  the West Indian Development Association, aided by the vicar  оf St Agnes Church аnd Carmen Beckford, Bristol’s fіrst  community development worker.

 

Ujima was present in various locations this year  throughout the day, Mandela Hideaway playing host to Bristol Got Talent Winner organised by Nia, performances from Kizzy Morrell’s Studio 7 & Troy Da Hybrid from Da Hip Hop Barbershop show.

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Carasel from Ambush The Airwaves was performing along with TC & Jakes outside Lakota.

We had the Soul 2 Sole gospel collective based on Wilder Street with performance from various renown gospel artists. The main Green Stage had our very own Ms Divine & former presenter Tobias handling presenting duties, and headline act Blackout JA close the night alongside Daddy Freddy.

Portland Square was the home for Windrush Stage, where Ujima’s Kilaze organised performances from

local talent, and on the other side of Portland Square outside Circomedia was the live simulcast from three radio station BBC Bristol BCFM & Ujima. Hosted by DJ Style Pat Hart & Laura Rawlings.

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The whole day was a great success and the presence of Ujima could be witnessed throughout the day, especially by the great work carried by our street team , made up of some of our volunteers at the station.
Here are  images of the day, some courtesy of BBC Radio Bristol:

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