Wiltshire marks Black History Month 2020

16th September 2020, 3:08pm | By Marc Read |

A timely and important online conference that is FREE to all – Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/wiltshire-marks-black-history-month-2020-tickets-120372305807

14:00 Introduction by Matt Jenkins, followed by Welcome from the BME networks (Megan Kenzie & Wali Rahman /Theo Biney)

14:05 Welcome from DCC Paul Mills QPM

14:15 Session one: The History of Black History Month – the journey of multicultural Britain with all its joys and pain (TBC)

Delivered by Cherron Inko-Tariah MBE and Rob Neil OBE

15:15 -15:25 Break

15:25 Welcome from Terence Herbert

15:30 Session two: Conversations about race in the workplace – practical ideas for how to create a more inclusive culture for all.

Delivered by John Amaechi OBE

16:30 Final remarks from PCC and Leader of Wiltshire Council (TBC)

17:00 Close

 

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