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(From Leicester Mercury)
Back in black: Mike Polanyk looks at some of the highlights of the Black History Season In the corner of the churchyard in quiet Wanlip lies the grave of a teenager who died of flu more than 160 years ago. What's so notable about that? Well, Rasselas Morjan was his name: and his Egyptian-style headstone stands in testimony to the long, but little-known, story of black people in Leicestershire.
It's a story that's getting better known each year, thanks to the efforts of the team behind the city's annual Black History Season.
There are workshops and seminars aplenty, but that's not really the concern of The Week. Can you have …