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Black History Every Month: Virtual Events That Inspire Action, Education, and Connection
Black History Every Month: Virtual Events That Inspire Action, Education, and Connection
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Real change relies on the forging of communities and creating spaces for enlightening conversations to take place. Event creators are stepping up to make that happen with a packed programme of events that inspire action, education, and awareness. Every week we'll be spotlighting a cross-section of events on that theme, from panel discussions with influential Black voices through to open mic poetry nights and decolonised history lectures.
Black History Every Month: Virtual Events That Inspire Action, Education, and Connection
Black History Every Month: Virtual Events That Inspire Action, Education, and Connection
Black History Every Month: Virtual Events That Inspire Action, Education, and Connection
Black History Every Month: Virtual Events That Inspire Action, Education, and Connection
Colección de Eventbrite
Real change relies on the forging of communities and creating spaces for enlightening conversations to take place. Event creators are stepping up to make that happen with a packed programme of events that inspire action, education, and awareness. Every week we'll be spotlighting a cross-section of events on that theme, from panel discussions with influential Black voices through to open mic poetry nights and decolonised history lectures.
Real change relies on the forging of communities and creating spaces for enlightening conversations to take place. Event creators are stepping up to make that happen with a packed programme of events that inspire action, education, and awareness. Every week we'll be spotlighting a cross-section of events on that theme, from panel discussions with influential Black voices through to open mic poetry nights and decolonised history lectures.

A fascinating discussion with Yaa Gyasi on the launch of her highly anticipated book, ‘Transcendant Kingdom’. Delve deeper into the story with Yaa and uncover themes including immigration, generational trauma and issues of opioid addiction in America.

Get fresh perspective on the work of Marvel's Stan Lee at this online event led by 'The Investigator' - a Black history and culture specialist. Discover the Black cultural icons that influenced Lee to create his most famous characters.

There is no real concept or agenda behind this event, it's simply about providing a safe space for Black women to come together to share their stresses and have their voices heard.

Integrative therapist Kim Loliya hosts this online gathering where she will teach breathing practices, rituals, liberating minds and much more through the power of healing practices. Available for BIPOC-identifying individuals only.

Inspired by the film Hidden Figures, the women of Derby’s Black Community Matters Committee discuss, share and answer questions about the equality and quality of women's lives. An evening of illuminating conversations you won’t want to miss.

This (now-virtual) walking tour brings to life the untold stories of African-American activists through the ages, highlighting six sites that demonstrate their impact and legacy.

The Grow Your Story development programme brings on unpublished and unagented writers from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds. Here, together with Spread the Word, they'll be showcasing work from their first cohort through live readings and an author panel.

To mark International Women's Day, Black Girl Finance are bringing together a collection of Black 'Finfluencers' to share their expertise on key financial topics.

Step back in time with historian Hannah-Rose who will take you on a virtual walk to uncover the lives of black African American activists from Britain’s past.

Take a seat for an evening of outstanding poetry and spoken word celebrating the lives of black women who have changed the world. Performances will feature a collection of poetry from speakers and writers from the Unbraiding Legacy Workshop.