'TALKING TO CHILDREN ABOUT RACE' 
 
LEVEL 1 “LUNCH & LEARN”  

 

DATE & TIME

21st & 23rd Oct 

1pm-1.45pm 


How do we talk to our children about race? How do we raise our children to be anti-racist?


This Level 1 session provides practical strategies for anti-racism conversations with your children & other family members, and place anti-racism as a heart-value at the centre of your family life.

This Level 1 course is for parents, guardians, carers and other adult family members to attend without children (but pairs with our upcoming Level 2 course where parents and children attend together to discuss racism and how to take action for greater community cohesion.)

 

TO REGISTER

£30 per person
(max group size 15) 

Email changemakersunltd@gmail.com or call 07786191555

ANTI-BLACKNESS IN SOUTH ASIAN COMMUNITIES


This is the second introductory session in our 'Anti-blackness in South Asian Communities' series . We're looking forward to sharing outcomes from our previous meetings and exploring meaningful actions to take forward.

DATE & TIME

Thu, July 2, 2020

7:00 PM – 8:30 PM BST

TO REGISTER
To register, please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/anti-blackness-in-south-asian-communities-tickets-109479355700 

TALKING ABOUT RACE  - an event for teachers who identify as Black or as Non-Black POC

Between COVID-19 and the senseless death of George Floyd, the world seems to be catching up to the need for meaningful change the  community has been fighting for my entire career. I'm holding a virtual space for teachers who identify as either black or as non-black POC to share their thoughts and experiences.
 

This is a closed event, exclusively for  Black and Non-Black People of Colour. 

Over the coming weeks we'll be running events for all teachers, as part of our ongoing work exploring race, racism, resistance and community building.



DATE & TIME

Mon, June 15, 2020 

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM BST

TO REGISTER
To register, please email changemakersunltd@gmail.com. 

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