Dr Julius Garvey on African Humanism at University of Bristol

Thursday 11th October 2018

As part of our Black History Month celebrations, The University of Bristol in partnership with the Diaspora Season of Art and Understanding bring you African Humanism by Dr Julius Garvey.

Dr Julius Garvey, eminent US vascular surgeon and son of Jamaican human rights leader, national hero and philosopher Marcus Garvey will visit the University of Bristol to deliver a public talk on 11 October 2018. He will focus on how to achieve unity within diversity; the relevance of his father’s legacy; and the crucial role of young people in creating a positive future.

The event is free and open to all, but booking is required. Black History Month is a national event celebrating the history, culture and achievements of people from African, Caribbean and pan-African diasporas.
Times:
6.30pm – 8.00pm

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