Derbyshire Celebrating Black History Month – a virtual event (Thursday 22 October: 16.00 -18.30)
An evening to enhance Derbyshire Constabulary’s knowledge and understanding of Black History, the origins, culture and engagement.
With distinguished guest speakers joining us, they will be sharing and speaking about their own experiences around what Black History means to them. We will be taken on a journey exploring experiences of Windrush and migration and focussing on youth and today’s society. Each topic will conclude with tangible outcomes to takeaway.
He is passionate about individuals confronting and dissolving the self-imposed limitations that prevents them from realising their potential and enjoying life to the full.The Rev John Augustin:Minister from Derby, together with Rev Pam Thompson.
Dr Carver Anderson:
A practical theologian and social scientist. He is a qualified social worker, with over thirty-years’ experience, working with individuals, families and communities plagued by multiple and complex challenges. He is one of the Executive Directors and cofounder of the ‘Bringing Hope Charity’ in Birmingham. Working to support individuals and families impacted by crime and serious violence, which includes perpetrators and victims.
After the talks there will be a question and answer session which will give you the opportunity to get involved.
A masters student and the future generation.
On behalf of Derbyshire Constabulary DBPA, we would like to invite you join in and celebrate Black History Month, it will be a truly inspirational, very educational and an exciting evening indeed.