National Stephen Lawrence Day-Evening Talk 2022

Friday 22th October

An evening talk in recognition of the 25th Anniversary of the death of Stephen Lawrence.

Following the 25th Anniversary memorial for Stephen in 2018, the Stephen Lawrence Foundation created a day to celebrate and mark Stephen’s life and legacy. The day focuses on young people, their communities and exists to….

“inspire a more equal and inclusive society to foster opportunities for marginalised young people in the UK’.

Venue information

Public transport links to Birmingham city centre are within a 15 min walk with Millennium point car park a few minutes’ walk from the Steamhouse Incubator.Light refreshments will be provided.We look forward to seeing you there


17.30 for 18.00 Start

18.00 Introduction – Jennifer Mackintosh (Unison Black members SOG Officer)

18.15 Seminar/talk:

  • About the case
  • Racism in UK
  • Awareness talk
  • Sign posting

18.45 Any questions

19.00 Break

19.15 Unison promotion and membership

19.30 Entertainment

19.50 Upcoming events:

  • Ujima – Networking meal 30th April
  • Unison Black members SOG – Mental Health awareness day

20.00 Round up of evening

20.10 Networking

20.30 Finish

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