Black History Month Event – Lived experience of Black colleagues and the Impact of Allyship
Race Ahead: Big Conversations on Race and Allyship
NHSEI Midlands invite you to join us this October for Black History Month 2021.
Black History Month (BHM) is an annual celebration of the contribution that Black African and Caribbean communities have made both locally and across the world. Recent significant events have really turned the spotlight on the current depth and breadth of racism across the world. So, this year’s Black History Month is more important than ever, but it’s not just a month, it is a year-round acknowledgement.
In line with the Midlands Regional Workforce, Race Equality & Inclusion Strategy we want turn the tide of racism together and educate, support and challenge ourselves and our colleagues.
We are holding a series of three webinars to aim to share lived experiences and highlight changes that have, should or are in the process of happening. These events are an opportunity to hear from Black colleagues about what more they need others to do in standing up to racism.
Webinar 3: Lived experience of Black colleagues and the Impact of Allyship
26th October 13.00-14.30
At this webinar you hear from Black colleagues who been active in educating their white colleagues and developing allyship. They will share the impact of their lived experience of working with an ally as well how their journey has helped tackle issues of racism by educating allies in having difficult conversations about race.
Who should attend?
Anyone working within the NHS in the Midlands.
Is there a cost to participates ?
No, there are no costs associated with this webinar.
If you need any special requirements with regards to accessibility, either during, or after the event, then please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to assist.
We will send an email with details of joining instructions for the day to all participants, prior to the date.
In order to participate you may need a webcam and a headset.
Your computer will need to have the sound function on so you can hear and speak at the webinar.
You will need to be connected to the internet for the duration of the webinar.
This webinar may be recorded.
Join us for the other Black History Month Events:
Webinar 1: (11th October 13.00-14.30) – Actions and interventions that better support and improve the lives of Black Colleagues
Webinar 2: (19th October 13.00-14.30) – Leadership that makes a difference
Webinar 4: (27th October 14.00-16.30) – Midlands Celebrates Black History Month Conference 2021
Questions about this event?
Organiser : Kuvy Seenan