Black History Month at Broadgate

October 2020

This month, there are a wide range of online activities taking place at Broadgate as part of Black History Month. Please see below details on what's going on and how you can be involved.

100 Black Men of London

Local community group The 100 Black Men of London, delivers programmes that focus on four key areas of concern: Mentoring; Education; Economic Empowerment; and Health & Wellness.

We caught up with their leadership team to discuss their work, challenges they face, relationships with offices based in the area and how they are looking to grow in the future.

"We are the 100Black Men of London …because What They See is What They Will Be"

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Using Black British History to Transform Companies and Transform Communities

Join our series of three informative online events designed to educate professionals from proactive companies and the local community about key historical moments and milestones relating to the African-Caribbean population in Britain.  With contributions from social enterprises, musicians and brand ambassadors, the events will leave you engaged, informed and confident in your ability to transform your approach to diversity, inclusion and racial equality, both at work and at home.

Sessions:

The Windrush Generation's Impact on the UK’s Economic Development

Date: Wednesday 14th October 2020, 12:30pm - 1:30pm

How the Notting Hill carnival Became One of Europe's Biggest Tourist Attractions

Date: Wednesday 21st October 2020, 12:30pm - 1:30pm

The Journey for the UK's First Black MPs to Get Elected

Date: Wednesday 28th October 2020,  12:30pm - 1:30pm

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Voices of Black Opera

Documentary Screening and online Operatic Performance by Juwon Ogungbe

Thursday 29th October 6:00pm - 6:45pm

Join us on for a screening of 'Voices of Black Opera' a documentary which aims to address societies misperception of black people and opera. Cathy Hassan, producer & director will join Farah from You Press social enterprise for a Q&A, followed by a special performance by British composer and musician Juwon Ogungbe.

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To receive your access code to view the documentary please register via EventBrite

 

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If you are a local charity, social enterprise, community group or a business based at Broadgate we would love to hear more about the work that you're doing to promote diversity and inclusion and discuss possible opportunities for engagement and collaboration. If this is of interest, please contact our Community Manager, Nicola.roberts@broadgate.co.uk 

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