Learning From Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1967 Speech at Newcastle University

Thursday 27th April

Host Dr. Beverley Prevatt Goldstein asks “Is racism and anti-racism relevant to you today?”.


Dr. Beverley Goldstein has worked extensively in social work practice and education, equalities education, and community engagement. Her numerous publications include “Un Equal Access: The Housing Experience of Black People” and “Searching for new perspectives on heritage: The Transatlantic Trade in Enslaved Africans”. Beverley is actively involved in the creation of resources that center around African Lives in Northern England.

This talk is titled “Is racism and anti-racism relevant to you today? Learning from Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1967 speech at Newcastle University”. Beverley will explore the meaning of racism, its current manifestations, and its impact. Additionally, she will exhibit inspirational black women in the North East. There will also be an online walkthrough of African Lives in Newcastle from past to present. The exhibit and walkthrough will be available throughout the day.

This booking page is for external visitors only. If you are a student or a staff member at Newcastle University please use this booking page.

External visitors can also book onto Kema Sikazwe’s talk and Parisa Panahi’s talk using these links.

Please contact Melanie McLaughlan at m.mclaughlan2@newcastle.ac.uk if you are interested in the Venting Workshop for People of Colour or the Zine Making Workshop and you will be added to a waitlist. At present we are reserving these workshops for students. If we have space available for either workshop we will contact you prior to the event.