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* Black to the Future 2019Black to the Future 2019

Time: 6:45 pm

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* BHM 2019 Flag Raising, FilmBHM 2019 Flag Raising, Film

Time: 12:30 pm

Saturday 05 October 2019 12:30pm - 05:00pm Bradford Health Forum Black History Month 2019 Flag Raising Event by Sandra Brown Flag Raising Ceremony by Lord Mayor of Bradford Doreen Lee Followed by Speakers, Akwantu Film and Discussion, Music, Buffet Location Centenary Square, BD1 1HY Free event Contact email: sandra@blackhealthforum.org.uk or phone 01274 594173

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* PBHG Monthly MeetingPBHG Monthly Meeting

Time: 6:30 pm

6.30 at Jalgos Sports and Social Club, Rose St, Preston PR1 3XY - come along and join us to plan and deliver a fantastic program for 2019

* Akwantu: The Journey BHM FilmAkwantu: The Journey BHM Film

Time: 7:00 pm

7.00pm Tuesday 8th Oct – Akwantu Film at Jalgos Sports and Social Club, Rose St, Preston PR1 3XY Details from clinton@prestonblackhistorygroup.org.uk The film tells the story of one man's journey to confirm his ancestry as a Maroon. He travels to North America, Jamaica, and Ghana to confirm his belief.

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* Funding Seminar LiverpoolFunding Seminar Liverpool

Thursday 10th Oct – Funding Seminar – Blackbourne House, Blackburne Place, Liverpool, L8 7PE, Liverpool.. Includes a presentation from PBHG Chair, Clinton Smith about the experience of applying for and gaining government funding to celebrate the Windrush Generation in summer 2019 and the events that were presented. Details from clinton@prestonblackhistorygroup.org.uk

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* Hate Crime Awareness weekHate Crime Awareness week


* Big Get Together – Jo Cox Big Get Together – Jo Cox

Time: 10:00 am

Big Get Together – Jo Cox Foundation 10-3pm Foster building and Sir Tom Finney Sports Centre This will be a large drop-in community event to be held at UCLan in the Foster building and in the Sir Tom Finney Sports Centre dedicated to murdered MP ‘Jo Cox’ Throughout the day there will be music, guest speakers and workshops. In Sir Tom we have mixed gender five aside football, with a trophy presented to the winner.

* Celebration of the WindrushCelebration of the Windrush

Time: 7:30 pm

7.30pm, St John’s Church, Ayres Rd, Old Trafford, Manchester M16 7GX Join us for an evening of poetry and music celebrating the rich history and culture of the Caribbean communities that settled in the UK post Windrush. Poet and musician Roger Robinson reads from his latest collection A Portable Paradise, exploring the changing faces of his two homes: London and Trinidad. Poet, literary activist and author of Another Crossing, Kadijah Ibrahim performs poetry inspired by her Jamaican heritage. There will also be songs from Billie Meredith and new work from the Manchester based collective Young Identity. Hosted in partnership with St John’s Church and Speaking Volumes. Tickets: £10/5 Book on 0843 208 0500 or Manchesterliteraturefestival.co.uk

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* Hate Crime Awareness weekHate Crime Awareness week


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* Hate Crime Awareness weekHate Crime Awareness week


* Hate Crime Awareness trainingHate Crime Awareness training

Time: 10:00 am

10.00–11:00 am GR 276 Book here Denise Chapman and Suely Ludgero-Newlove will deliver this session for Students, Staff and community. A session to give an overview of what is hate crime and how to report it.

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* Hate Crime Awareness weekHate Crime Awareness week


* Lecture: Perspectives on Hate Lecture: Perspectives on Hate

Time: 11:00 am

Public Lecture: Perspectives on Hate Crime 11-1pm, Venue: Leighton Building, Room LE 003 Book here This lively session will introduce criminal legislation relating to specifically race ‘hate crime’, and how to recognise and address these. It will also include academic perspectives on the impact on ‘hate crime’ on victims and their communities. We are fortunate to have several first-person testimonies on the experience of hate crimes involving race, LGBT, and disability. There will be time for questions and discussions.

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* Hate Crime Awareness weekHate Crime Awareness week


* Hate Crime Awareness trainingHate Crime Awareness training

Time: 1:00 pm

1-2pm GR 348 Book here Denise Chapman and Suely Ludgero-Newlove will deliver this session for Students, Staff and community. A session to give an overview of what is hate crime and how to report it.

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* Cake not Hate eventCake not Hate event

All day – SU Atrium. Following the successful student engagement last year, the SU will repeat this event to promote the ‘Yes to Respect’ campaign and raise awareness of the 3rd part reporting centre. A selection of stakeholders’ stalls, including PBHG, will be present.

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* The Reality of Being Gullah/GeThe Reality of Being Gullah/Ge

Time: 12:30 pm

Queen Quet: The Reality of Being Gullah/Geechee 12.30 to 2.30 pm. Creative Innovation Zone (ME 414), Media Factory, Kirkham Street, PR1 2HE (Sat-Nav/mobile maps postcode PR1 1JN). The event is free, but please register on Eventbrite by clicking on this link. Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation on the Sea Islands off the south-eastern coast of the United States, will be giving an interactive histo-musical presentation Hosted by IBAR at UCLan. This event will take place as part of UCLan’s English Literature & Creative Writing ‘In Conversation Series.’

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* Learie ConstantineLearie Constantine

Time: 1:00 pm

Learie Constantine: A Nelson Lad from Trinidad (Nelson), at 13:00 Nelson Library, Market Square, Nelson, BB9 7PU

* Poetry & Prose: BHMPoetry & Prose: BHM

Time: 2:00 pm

Wednesday 30th October - Poetry & Prose: Black History Month (Nelson) at 14:00 Nelson Library, Market Square, Nelson, BB9 7PU

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