Date(s) - Thursday, 26th April
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Five Leaves Bookshop
Ten British graduates of African-Caribbean heritage review their school and post-school education and their careers. They relate how they navigated the obstructions (and micoraggressions) encountered while pursuing academic qualifications and discuss their choices of employment. This session will be of particular value to Black graduates and undergraduates, and those responsible for teaching.
Amanda Arbouin is Senior Lecturer in Education Studies at the Nottingham Institute for Education and is the author of Black British Graduates. She has undertaken project management, research and consultancy for organisations including Jamaica National Children’s Home and University of Nottingham.
Free, refreshments provided
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