“We no longer see a Britain where the system is deliberately rigged against ethnic minorities.” While the “impediments and disparities do exist”, they were “varied and ironically very few of them are directly to do with racism”.
What’s Going On
Since 2018, our Public Conversation event has been our yearly moment to pause and reflect, inviting an audience to engage with the work of artists and thinkers on a chosen theme that responds to recent political, cultural and social changes taking place.
Mark Daly investigates why black men in the UK are more likely than white men to have force used on them by police and to die in police custody.
Angela is an award-winning British science journalist and broadcaster. She presents science programmes on the BBC, and her writing has appeared in New Scientist, The Sunday Times, National Geographic and Wired. Her latest book, Superior: the Return of Race Science, was a finalist for the LA Times Book Prize and named a book of the year by The Telegraph, Nature and Financial Times.
All of the information is selected to be of relevance and interest to the Black Community. The information itself is designed to inspire, challenge and to provoke serious thought.
BRING YOUR CHILDREN TO LEARN ABOUT BLACK HISTORY NOT TAUGHT IN SCHOOLS!!
This virtual tour will take place on Saturday 9th January 2021 from 19:00 to 21:00 GMT.
Whilst some of the buildings visited by these individuals do not remain, it is impossible to deny that we walk past important Black history sites on a daily basis, without realising the impact these men and women had on British society.
Carl Barge – Counsellor and Psychotherapist and Joan Myers OBE – Florence Nightingale Scholar and Council Member of the Royal College of Nursing, and Dawn H Jones, HR Specialist, Coach and Blogger will be bringing their collective experience to bear on this challenging topic.