10.01.2021:VIRTUAL Black History Children Workshop: Nelson Mandela

December 11, 2020

Make History come to life with this Sankofa Sunday ‘Black Power: Great Black Leaders & Liberators’ children workshops

Sun, 10 January 2021 12:00 – 13:30 GMT

Make History come to life with these Sankofa Sunday ‘Black Power: Great Black Leaders & Liberators’ children workshops led by Charmaine Simpson of Black History Studies.

Make History come to life with these Sankofa Sunday ‘Black Power: Great Black Leaders & Liberators’ children workshops led by Charmaine Simpson of Black History Studies. With its emphasis on Black racial identity, pride and self-determination, Black Power influenced everything from popular culture to education to politics.

This workshops will inspire young people to learn about great leaders and liberators who contributed to world history.

Session 1: Nelson Mandela – Sunday 10 January 2020 @ 12:00 – 13:30 GMT

In this session, we will explore the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela.

The workshop will last 1.5 hours from 12:00 to 13:30 GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)

The workshops are aimed at young people aged 8 – 16 years old.

This workshop will be online using Zoom webinar. Please ensure that your device can support Zoom.

We like to keep the workshops interactive so ask if you can put your camera on.

The Zoom link will be provided upon registration.

Tickets for this workshop cost £5.00.

All workshops are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Spaces are limited. Book today, don’t delay.

Any questions, please contact Charmaine Simpson on 07957 184770 or [email protected]

THIS WORKSHOP IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!

BRING YOUR CHILDREN TO LEARN ABOUT BLACK HISTORY NOT TAUGHT IN SCHOOLS!!

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