In 2018, the Heritage Lottery Fund awarded the Kenlock Archive a grant to do the Expectations Project, which aimed to increase public access to Neil’s photographs of black British community leaders in the 1960s and 1970s. The project was managed by creative director and curator Emelia Kenlock, who produced a touring exhibition and other activities noted below. Three years later the project is still having a huge impact on communities across the UK and beyond. Thank you to all the National Lottery player to helped make the project possible!
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Visit the Expectations Project website here for more information.
Photo above is of community activist and leader Darcus Howe.