Born in Shame – Became a Dame
Professor Elizabeth Anionwu in conversation with BCA Dawn Hill CBE
Thursday 20 September, 7.00pm-9.00pm
Described as a politically aware ‘radical health visitor’ in the 1970s, Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu has been a trailblazer throughout her professional life and campaigned tirelessly to reduce inequalities facing black and minority ethnic nurses and their patients.
Her timely and poignant book is introduced with a foreword by Malorie Blackman OBE, Writer & former Children’s Laureate. Join BCA Chair Dawn Hill CBE in conversation with Dame Professor Elizabeth Anionwu for an intimate reading and conversation about her memoirs and remarkable journey from shame to dame.
Tickets are £7.00 and includes an opportunity to get a signed copy of Mixed Blessings of a Cambridge Union.
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