Black Queer Men Matter Too – Free online workshops for Black Queer Men

Sunday 22 August 2021

A series of fortnightly, 2-hour online workshops, that explore issues around love, loss, grief & building community, for Black Queer Men.


This free short series of personal development online workshops aim to explore issues around, Grief, Love, Relationships, and Community Building, during the pandemic, for Black men who identify as Gay, Trans, or Bisexual.

The aim of each workshop is to offer participants ways to gain personal insights, share experiences, gain support, and strategies that help maintain good mental health and well-being in challenging times.

The series is brought to you by BAMEStream, an alliance of practitioners, therapists, policy specialists, organisations, activists and academia who specialise in the areas of mental health and wellbeing and who’s core purpose during this Covid-19 pandemic is to bring the mental health needs of the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic community into the mainstream. BAMEStream is one of the Ubele’s COVID-19 initiatives aiming to ensure that culturally appropriate therapeutic, psychological and social interventions are integrated into the mainstream and widely available and accessible.

In collaboration with: House of RainbowBlack ConnectionBlack Gay Blog, Black Gay Ink, Black Experience.

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