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Living Rhythms survey: Experience of African and Caribbean arts and heritage activities

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Living Rhythms, a Birmingham based, volunteer led community organisation established in 2005 is asking for interested individuals to complete this short survey.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QM2CYMJ

One of the primary drivers behind our work is the challenge in people accessing and participating in African and Caribbean arts and heritage activities. We recognise that the reasons for this are varied. However 'A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots' (Marcus Garvey)....and our aim is, through our work, to help as many people as possible to develop an appreciation and awareness of African and Caribbean Arts and Culture.

Although based in Birmingham, the city that regularly trades on its cultural
diversity, with the exception of a few more established projects there is very limited resource to support this type of work.

We want to get a more detailed picture of the issues and we need your help (and information) to help us achieve this goal.

Please complete this short survey and if possible circulate it to your contacts.

This survey takes less than 3 minutes to complete and we are hoping to get feedback from a diverse range of people (ages, ethnicities, cultures etc).

We thank you in advance for your time and support. However, if you have any queries about our work, or about this survey, you can contact us through our website:http://www.livingrhythms.co.uk/contact-us.html, by email CherylG@livingrhythms.co.uk or on mobile 07813979502