Sharing  Dreams and Struggles Within our Black African Caribbean Community
Sharing  Dreams and Struggles Within our Black African Caribbean Community Jun 20

Sharing Dreams and Struggles Within our Black African Caribbean Community

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We are here to make a difference for our black community. Equality, diversity and inclusion should be for all and not just the privileged.

Baraka akina dada na kaka!

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June 1948 WINDRUSH June 2021 - Pursuit of Happiness CIC Legacy Of Windrush Descendants (LOWD) Showcase of Events to celebrate our Windrush generations!

Arta Heath -Managing Director/Solicitor at UK Visas

We welcome a new regular speaker at our events, Arta Heath, from MyUKVisas. MyUKVisas is a specialist immigration law firm with offices in Huddersfield and Sheffield.

Arta will be joining us to highlight citizenship and immigration issues directly affecting the black community, especially the Windrush generation scandal. MyUKVisa is a company focused on visas and immigration and they are truly experts in their field. They bring a wealth of expert knowledge and experience. Over the last year, they have helped clients from over 60 different countries.

Nigel Guy - Windrush Generations, Bradford in West Yorkshire

Nigel Guy lives in Bradford and in his earlier life he studied Architecture at the Universities of Huddersfield, Amman Jordan and Havanna Cuba. He worked in the construction industry for over 30 years and was the Managing Director for Firebird Homes and was a trustee of many charitable organisations until he retired at the grand old age of 51 to persue other meaningful paths.

Over those 30 plus years he has been a community and political activist. Over the last 3 years he has been advocating for the Windrush Generation by lobbying and challenging the UK Government’s ‘Hostile Environment’

He is a director of Windrush Generations UK and also Windrush National Organisation who are both ‘Advocating Today For A Better Future’

Nigel’s favourite saying is ‘Better to give than to receive‘ and he heads up the One-One-Coco-Full-Basket food parcel initiative with other many volunteers.

He is also a Radio presenter on BCB106.6fm and hosts amongst other programmes the popular Reggae Roots Culture Show.

Nigel’s aim is to inspire and raise his and everyone’s aspirations, especially those of his beautiful wife and three children, his biggest fans!

We look forward to seeing you at our event this evening, don't forget to tell a friend and bring a friend along!

Sharing Dreams and Struggles Within our Black African Caribbean Community.

We are looking forward to meeting our black African Caribbean community and others from anywhere within the UK and abroad. Being able to converse and share things with others who share the same heritage and ideals is indeed a good way of coming together in unity, solidarity and strength.

We are encouraging our community to strive towards the changes that need to happen along with offering support in any way possible. Lets engage in some quality time and enjoy sharing anything we feel to discuss together, during our regular online sessions.

Systemic and institutional racism along with oppression is and has always been prevalent in the UK regarding our black/brown African Caribbean community residents, this must and has to change now.

20-Jun-2021 - 20:00 Start date
20-Jun-2021 - 22:00 End date
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