• Sexual identity, culture, and race - Being LGBT+ in the Black community

    Wed. 14 October 2015 | 5:30 - 7:30 PM

    How do you identify yourself? And, what is the most important part of your identity? Is it your sex, your race or ethnicity, your sexual orientation, your class status, your nationality, your religious affiliation, your age, your political beliefs? Is there one part of your identity that stands out from the rest, or does your identity change depending on who you’re with, what you’re involved in, where you are in your life? Come and join us in this panel debate when we discus ‘Being LGBT+ in the Black community’.

    Guest speaker: Tommy Snipe.

    Location:
    Norwich: Union House, Room 6, University of East Anglia, NR4 7TJ
    Telephone:
    01603 508050

What is Black History Month?

Here we detail some of the ideas and history behind the annual celebration.

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