Hackney Youth Parliament: ‘Silent Voices in Black History’

Saturday 13 November 2021

An event celebrating black culture through shining a light on black voices that we may have not heard

 

This event will incorporate true stories from pre-colonialism, facts from the UK civil rights movement and people answering the simple questions like ‘what does it mean to be black?’

Stories will be told through music, spoken word, and dance, expressing emotions and feelings that otherwise can not be just spoken. Throughout the event we’ll also have some talks from some special guests.

All young people interested in attending must be 13-19 or up to 25 with SEND. No ticket, no entry.

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