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Hibiscus Community Centre Buckingham Road Stratford E15 1SW

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Now in its second year, The Lucel Tate Lecture was founded with a view to: enabling the Association make a formal and structured contribution the discourse on issues that help shape the black experience in the UK. Lucy Tate was a founder member and first Chair of Hibiscus Caribbean Elderly Association. The inaugural lecture: "Black History Month: Its history and relevance to black experience in contemporary Britain" was delivered by Dr. Kehinde Andrews on 26th October 2018. This year we are fortunate in attracting the services of Dr Claudette Carr. She holds a PhD in education and degrees in social science and applied anthropology. Her research interests include new social movements; black and ethnic minority self-organisation in the UK and the impact of emerging vernacular histories and indigenous knowledge on ethnic identity and the curriculum. the event is Free for Members and guest however attendees will be asked to make a donation towards the Minibus Replacement Fund.

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