Back to the Future: How our journey began

Fri, 23 October 2020 18:00 – 20:30

A programme of conversation featuring guest speakers coordinated by Camden Black Workers Group (CBWG)

Back to the Future: How our Journey began coordinated by Camden Black Workers Group (CBWG)

This will be a programme of conversation featuring guest speakers – Patrick Vernon OBE, British social commentator, Basil Gabbidon musician Steel Pulse and activist; Dr Angela Herbert – Chair of Violent Crime prevention board and Kieran Ferdinand Camden Black Workers Group

Hosted and facilitated by Alim Kamara

This October, Camden Council is launching a ‘Black History Season’ to celebrate the incredible achievements and contributions of Black people across the borough and the rest of the UK.

Black History Season will be celebrated with a series of virtual events running from October to December. The season’s theme is ‘Back to the future’, a celebration of the history, culture and influences of the African diaspora on British life.

The season will focus on local and international connections, highlighting achievements in science, arts, education and business. Acknowledging the past and looking to the future.

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