Black Caribbean heritage workshop
What are the challenges, opportunities and future for communities of Black Caribbean heritage in Islington?
As part of Black History Month, Islington Link Up, supported by Islington Council, is organising an interactive workshop open to people that live and work in Islington, as well as local organisations.
The workshop is an opportunity to discuss how to address the challenges and create the opportunities to ensure a positive future for all residents of Black Caribbean heritage, and talk about the different roles that individuals, communities, and organisations play.
This workshop will be on Wednesday 31 October 2018, from 12noon to 1.30pm at Islington Town Hall.
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