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  • Patrice Lumumba Seminar

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    Patrice Lumumba was a patriot who fought for the freedom of the Congolese people from the Belgian King. Despite his poor education and humble origin he rose to become a leader and inspiration for his people, and the first Prime Minister.

    This event is a seminar for the International Men’s Group – a group of unemployed BME men and their friends, families and communities – on empowerment and building to the future based on the life story of Lumumba.

    This event is amongst 14 that were each awarded a bursary by Norfolk Community Cohesion and Norfolk County Council in partnership with the Norfolk Black History Month Steering Group.

    Location:
    Norwich: Unit 6, Beckham Place (off Esdelle Street), NR3 3DZ
    Admission:
    Free
    Telephone:
    07909 186405
    Email:
    Organizer(s):
    Interface Learning

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