#LSBU Time for Change : Actions Not Words
EquiNet, LSBU's Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic & Allies Network, are proud to deliver this calendar of celebratory events, activities & talks as part of Black History Month 2022 - and this year's theme being 'Time for Change : Actions Not Words', we hope our offering this year reflects exactly that! These events are free to attend and open to all.
Celebrating diversity in Nursing and Midwifery
Thursday 13th October - 5.30pm to 7.30pm
An understanding of the past can lead to change and action in the present
Monday 17th October - 6pm - 7.30pm
Touki Bouki - a quirky and flamboyant offbeat classic!
Thursday 20th October 2022 - 6pm - 8.30pm
A community health event in collaboration with the Gift of Living Donation
Wednesday 26th October 2022
An opportunity to learn & celebrate Black mental health and wellbeing
Thursday 3rd November 2022-POSTPONED
This event will now take place on Thursday 9th February 2022
Black History Month has been marked in the UK for over 40 years, offering an opportunity for us to highlight events covering the history of the Black presence in Britain, the work of Black writers and poets, stories from the Africa Diaspora, and much more
Africa Writes festival, the UK’s largest celebration of contemporary African and diaspora literature brought to you by the Royal African Society, returns for its ninth edition. Expect a vibrant programme of talks, readings and performance exploring themes of imagination, pleasure and activism within African literature today.
Be prepared for provocative and illuminating discussions, thought provoking conversations and enlightening performances.
Saturday 15 October 10am
Interactive walking tour of the hidden African/Caribbean history in London’s posh Mayfair area from 1920s to 2020s Mayfair is not traditionally associated with the Black presence but there is a…
Sunday 23 October 10am
Black women in Britain fought for civil/equal rights as hard as their American counterparts. This is their story in the Brixton area First time back since the pandemic! Black people…
Sunday 23 October 11am
From looted Ashanti Gold to Black Kings and Princesses. The Wallace Collection is one of the world’s great individual art collections The Wallace Collection is one of the world’s great individual…
More info on the Black History Walks website
Debbie Weekes-Bernard, Deputy Mayor Communities & Social Justice has handpicked just some of the great ways to celebrate the heritage and culture of Black communities in London.
Illustration by Tinuke Fagborun