Wellbeing Cafe: The Past as a Future Present

24 October 2020, 12:00–13:00
Lead Organisation
Speaker/s
Ian Noah + Guests

Recent events in Bristol relating to Edward Colston, raised the importance of understanding and appreciating different social histories to those generally taught in British schools.

As part of Black History Month, our regular Wellbeing Cafe is hosting a discussion on how our histories shape our present and infuence our future.

The discussion will be led with an introductory talk by Ian Noah, who will use the Sierra Leone history of his family to explore the repercussions of the past and how they continue to resonate today and be relevant to the future. Following his talk, participants are invited to share their own experiences and, it is hoped, come away with a greater understanding of the importance of Black History in our everyday lives.

To join this FREE event via Zoom, please register at Eventbrite - www.bit.ly/PastFuturePresent

 

NS BME NETWORK BEIRUT APPEAL: The Wellbeing Cafe is a free event, however, if you are able to do so, please support our BME Network Beirut Appeal with a donation for the people of Lebanon. All donations go directly to HOPE in Beirut and Sharing is Caring Lebanon, a grassroots group set up to help people with food and medicines.