WHAT IS BLACK HISTORY?
Black History is the record of how people of African & Caribbean descent have shaped the world around them. It includes the cities, nation states, empires and political entities that African / Caribbean people have created. It includes the art, literature and cultural heritage they left behind. It is also the record of African & Caribbean resistance to being conquered, dominated and discriminated against. There are lots of activities and educational opportunities happening throughout the month for us all to celebrate and reflect on Black History together. You can find details below, or why not visit a Havering Library (https://www.havering.gov.uk/info/20039/libraries) to check out their Black Stories Matter displays, or see their BAME book features and review on their Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/HavLib).
WEEK 3 - Youth of Tomorrow: 15th Oct / 1-2pm
Dope Black Dads is a powerful story about the male parenting experience, masculinity, mental health and racial identity. Join founder Marvyn Harrison, as we discuss the highs and lows of what it means to be a black father in today’s society. Topics covered include co-parenting, co-habiting, marriage, fatherhood, blended families and much more.
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