Join The Black Love Project for a Black History Month series of intimate, specially curated conversations between Black artists, activists and cultural thinkers.
These events are free to attend, and will be hosted on Zoom. Booking is essential.
BROTHERHOOD | 26 October at 7PM
Award-winning author Derek Owusu and poet and podcaster Sugar J Poet discuss their love for their younger brothers and why having the emotional support of black men is essential for their mental wellbeing.
QUEERHOOD | 28 October at 7PM
Chloe Cousins, community activist and strategic lead (Rainbow Noir), and academic, author and founder of BLKOUT_UK Rob Berkeley discuss queer allyship and interrogate what black queerhood looks like in real life – beyond the rhetoric.
SISTAHOOD | 29 October at 7PM
Author, leadership coach and wellbeing facilitator Jackee Holder and cultural leader and creative director (The Space To Come) Gaylene Gould discuss their friendship and the complex nature of sistahood, from navigating living losses to helping each other heal.