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30 years of Black History Month and Black Representation

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House of Commons

Saint Margaret Street

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Join us on Friday 20th October, for our second Black History Month event.

At this event we'll hear and see a presentation from our special guest speaker; Patrick Vernon OBE.

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Patrick Vernon OBE has been appointed as Black Thrive’s first Director. He will be responsible for ensuring that Black Thrive excels at delivering a vision that black communities thrive and improve their mental health and wellbeing by being supported by relevant and accessible services.

Patrick brings a wealth of experience, he is an associate member for the Department of History of Medicine at Warwick University, Non-Executive Director of Camden and Islington Foundation Trust, a Clore Fellow, film maker and cultural historian and founder of Every Generation and the 100 Great Black Britons campaign. He is also a patron of two charities, Santé, a charity which aims to improve asylum seekers’ rights and health access particularly mental health access and ACCI, a black mental health charity in Wolverhampton.

Patrick’s former roles include Chief Executive of Afiya Trust, Health Partnership Coordinator for National Housing Federation, Committee member of Healthwatch England, advisory board member for Time to Change, ministerial advisory group member for mental health and member of the independent Metropolitan Police inquiry on Mental Health and Policing.

Healthwatch Lambeth supports the development of a partnership for black wellbeing by hosting the Black Thrive staff team.

We hope you can join us what is set to be an exciting event.

Chairing this event will be Labour's candidate for the 2018 local elections in Victoria ward, Alexander Kuye.

Location: Committee Room 5, House of Commons

Directions: Please use the Cromwell Green Entrance.

Once through security you will be directed to committee room 5.

Please note that there are no parking facilities for guests on the estate and we advise you allow an additional 15 mins to pass through security.

Note; This event is open to the general public.

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