A two day online conference 27th & 28th October, 2-6pm GMT
Public life and academic research too often negate the lives of Black Women, they are rendered invisible or framed wholly in pathological terms. This conference showcases emergent research and provide fresh perspectives into the phenomenal lives and contributions of Black Women past, present and into the future upon the societies in which they live.
Additionally, invited celebrated speakers will share with the audience perspectives from their own professional careers and achievements. It is hoped this will uplift and inspire everyone pursuing their own trajectory.
Keynote Speakers: Prof Olivette Otele Professor of the History of Slavery-Bristol University, Stella Dadzie, Feminist, author, Intellectual
Headline Interviews: Margaret Busby OBE (Editor, Writer, Broadcaster, Publisher), Sisonke Msimang (Author, Intellectual ‘The Resurrection of Winnie Mandela’ 2018), Pascale Lamche (Producer, Director, Film ‘Winnie’ 2017)
The Organisers are three Black Female Historians, Dr. Juanita Cox ‘Project: The Windrush Scandal’, The Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Dr. Angelina Osborne, ‘100 Great Black Britons’(2020), Dr. Elizabeth Williams author ‘The Politics of Race in Britain and South Africa’(2017)-Goldsmiths, University of London.
Download and read the full two-day schedule published here: Conference Programme_Ain’t I a Woman Oct 2021
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