Brent Central CLP is delighted to host a Windrush Legacy film evening


Bent Central CLP will be screening the documentary ‘ A Charmed Life ‘ by Patrick Vernon OBE Labour Councillor for Hackney and founder of Every Generation Media. Patrick will be available for a discussion afterwards.

The film will take place on Thursday 29th November from 7.30pm to 10pm and will be held at Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre, Brentfiled, Harrow Road NW10 0RG.

This event is open to all members, friends and local residents

Entry £5 / unwaged £3 Refreshments available.

To reserve your place contact Janice Long 0208459 7435 (email bcclpsec@yahoo.co.uk)

Jamaica Fi Real!

Jamaica Fi Real!

Beautiful; aggressive; exuberant, talkative; humorous; resourceful; unpredictable – Jamaica brings many adjectives to mind, but boring is not one of them.

‘Jamaica Fi Real’ provides an in-depth look at Jamaica’s people, history, music, sports, religion and culture, creating a vivid twenty-first century portrait of perhaps the world’s most fascinating island… Read more

Speaking Out and Standing Firm

Speaking Out and Standing Firm is an exciting and innovative programme developed by Every Generation in partnership with Haringey Library Services. The project facilitated inter-generational workshops where young people from Haringey interviewed war veterans, ex service men and women from World War 2.

For more information visit: www.speakandstand.wordpress.com

Black History Month ‘October’ Screenings

Thursday 28th October 2010
A Charmed Life: film screening and discussion
5.30-6.45pm
Forest Hill Library
82 Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, London SE23 3HZ
Tel: 020 8314 7653

New film screening for A Charmed Life

The documentary charting the life of Jamaican-born Eddie Martin Noble, one of the tens of thousands of Caribbean service men who volunteered during the World War II, will be screened at the British Film Institute (BFI).

The film will be followed by a discussion with its producer, Patrick Vernone of Every Generation Media, to celebrate the achievements of the Windrush Generation – named after the ship that brought almost 500 Commonwealth citizens to England in 1948.

The screening will take place at 2pm on September 7, 2010 at the British Film Institute, Belvedere Road, South Bank, Waterloo, London SE1 8XT.

To book you place [Click Here] and complete the attached form.

This event is a collaboration between Age UK’s BME Elders Forum, Age Concern London, the West Indian Standing Conference (WISC) and Every Generation Media.

A Charmed Life in demand

The screening of ‘A Charmed Life’ will be shown in east London next month due to high demand.

Following the resounding success of the Young Black People and Resillience Conference which screened a clip of A Charmed Life, interest in the film called for the full screening to be scheduled.

The screening will be hosted on Wednesday, May 26 from 7pm at The Hartley Centre, 267 Barking Road, London E6 1LB.

Places are limited, so if you would like to book a place for the free film screening, please email Keshia Harvey at keshia.harvey@eastlondon.nhs.uk by May 19.

Young Black People and Resilience Conference

The one day conference offers opportunities to hear about and discuss programmes and activities where Young Black People are overcoming adversity and making a contribution to their community.

Guest speakers will include:

Angie Le Mar – Actress and radio and tv presenter,
Cllr Patrick Vernon – Chief Executive of the Afiya Trust
Ray Lewis – founder and executive Director of Eastside Young Leaders Academy
Rev.Paul Grey – Ex Service User and Grey Services
Carlene Firmin – Building Bridges Project Race on the Agenda
Tracey Miller – exgaggirl.com

The free conference will take place on Wednesday 24th March 2010 from 10am to 4pm.I will be held at Stratford Circus, Theatre Square, Stratford, E15 1BX.

To book a place contact Paul Leslie on 07919 404 855, email paulleslie@hartleyca.org.uk or
Keishia Harvey 0207 655 4170, email keshia.harvey@eastlondon.nhs.uk

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