LJMU’s Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Team in collaboration with the LJMU LGBTIQ+ Staff Network, are proud to present an opportunity for all LJMU Staff, Students and members of the local community to attend this year’s Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans (LGBT) History Month Event (2019) “Intersectionality of Race, Gender & Class: Campaigning for Inclusion, Equality, Freedom & Justice” with Keynote speaker Lady Phyll (Executive Director & Co-Founder of UK Black Pride).
Date: Thursday 28th February 2019
Time: 12:45 – 16:00
Location: Redmonds Buidling (Lecture Room 1) Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, L3 5UG
This years LJMU will host Keynote speaker Lady Phyll (Executive Director & Co-Founder of UK Black Pride) whom will be addressing key issues surrounding intersectionality, with a particular focus on Race, Gender, Sexuality & Class, in response to LGBT History Month 2019.
Lady Phyll prides herself on being a passionate activist who commits to working diligently to make people aware of on-going inequalities and injustices facing the Black LGBT+ community. She has worked tirelessly to build up UK Black Pride by bringing together artists, activists, volunteers and supporters from across the LGBT+ community.
Lady Phyll will be supported by the following representatives;
- Chief Inspector Karen Wiesenekker (Merseyside Police)
- Dr. Emma Vickers (Event Chair & Senior Lecturer, LJMU)
- Lucy Day (Former Chair of Liverpool Pride) (TBC)
- Nick Medforth (School of Nursing and Allied Health, LJMU)
- Howisha Penny (John Moores Student Union)
To find out more about UK Black Pride, please visit: www.ukblackpride.org.uk
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