‘A Crack in the Wind’ by Chinyere Chukwudi-Okeh: Black History Month Series

Wednesday 25th October

‘A Crack in the Wind’ by Chinyere Chukwudi-Okeh. Swansea University Black History Month Series

 

To celebrate Black History Month, Swansea University will be hosting a series of events to focus on different contributions, challenges, and stories of people from Black and ethnic minority backgrounds.

We are thrilled to be hosting Chinyere Chukwudi-Okeh who will be sharing her personal story and career journey, titled “A Crack in the Wind”.

Chinyere Chukwudi-Okeh will be briefly tracing Black History in Wales, before narrowing it down to her personal journey as a Black Person, first in Swansea University, and then generally, in Wales. Chinyere is a Nigerian published author of ‘From the Crevices of Corps Hearts (Paressia Publishers)’. Other anthological writings from her include a short story collection titled ‘International Sisi Eko’. She is currently one of two women working with Honno Publishers to assemble memoirs from women of Asian and African descent.

The event is open to staff and students. Please select your attendance preference via the ticket booking system, and book your ticket by selecting ‘via zoom’ or ‘on campus’.

If you have any accessibility requirements please contact the Human Resources Equality Team in advance of the event.

More Swansea Listings MORE

What’s Love Got To Do With It
Swansea Saturday 1 June 2024

What’s Love Got To Do With It?

International sensation What’s Love Got To Do With It? is back! Brought to you by the award-winning producers…