THE LIFE AND TIMES OF E J WALKER
February 16, 2018

THE KINGS CONFERENCE 2018

On Sunday 28nd October at the Karibu Centre in Brixton, Ananse Arts in collaboration with the Verna Mae Foundation will be hosting The 1st Annual Kings Conference, an evening of serious discussion, debate, action and networking.

The conference was created in order to address the issues most affecting the Black community at the present time, whilst looking into ways in which every person can be involved in changing things for the better, as well as finding out ways to support the people, community organizations and current projects and initiatives running.

This conference gives Black men the chance to speak to the community on the issues most affecting our communities.
We are used to seeing the women speak up, but now we have dedicated this night to not only giving men the platform to speak and to be seen and heard, but this conference is created to support them in order to do more within the community.

Date:
28/10/2018

Time:
3pm till 11pm

Venue:
To be confirmed.

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS FOR THOSE AGED 16 AND OVER.

The Kings Conference will be broken into 3 topics of conversation and study. There will be up to 3 panellists for each topic of conversation and each panellist will be given up to 30 minutes to talk about their subject of interest.

  • “Controlling the black family narrative.” Reclaiming the black family structure and the return of Love, Unity, Black Identity, Community and Stability in hostile territory.
  • The Importance of Education: Accessing the Key of Education, Entrepreneurship and Investing in the Black Child.”nd Stability in hostile territory.
  • Finding the Health within: “How to take care of Mental, Physical and Spiritual Health.” The importance of Mental health within the black community and the importance of establishing bonds and successful support networks especially for Black Men. The importance of being able to be strong and understand the vulnerabilities within our community. The importance of safe guarding our image and establishing control of the black narrative, character, and understanding within society. and Stability in hostile territory.


THERE WILL BE A VARIETY OF EXHIBITOR SPACES (STALLS) SELLING THE BEST IN AFRO-CARIBBEAN AND AFRICAN PRODUCTS, FOOD, MUSIC AND MORE

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