Queens Conference

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Location
Harrow College
Lowlands Road
Harrow
HA1 3AQ
United Kingdom


Date:

08/12/2018

Time:

11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Details:

Dress Code:Whatever You Want
ID Required: No
Age:Adults Only

Description

On Saturday 8th December 2018, at Harrow on the Hill Campus, in the Lecture Theatre.

The Queens Conference will be held, it is an event dedicated to giving black women and women of colour the chance to not only voice their opinion; but to gain strength and in turn be strengthened within a safe circle of women. The event helps women network extensively, support one another, educate and be educated on a variety of topics that effect and define black womanhood.

The Conference is designed to give attendees a safe space in which to celebrate themselves, to relax and to be able to speak freely without judgement or backlash.
The night will present an array of speakers, entertainment and attendees will have the opportunity to speak with the guests and organisers of the event.

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

DR VICTORIA LANE (SHOWUMNI)
NEUSA CATOJA
CHARLOTTE CROWL
CHERYL PHOENIX – BLACK CHILD AGENDA
SANDRA JOHNSON
ANGELA BARROWS
AMENTI FRANCIS

SPOKEN WORD, POETRY AND RAP PERFORMANCES BY

SKYE THE POET
DANIELLE BROWN
SIMONE MILLWOOD

MORE SPEAKERS TO FOLLOW

There will be exhibitors selling the best products and services.

Itinerary

10:30 am – Registration 

11:00 am – Welcome 

–       Hosted by 

11:10 am – Spoken Word Performance by Skye

11:15 am – Divinity of the Black Women 

Speaker: Amenti Francis, 

We are all familiar with the stereotype of the angry black woman, that caricature that has misrepresented the true identity of the black woman and diminished her capacity to be feminine, vulnerable and a nurturing element. We will explore the affects, the legacies and the ways in which we can actively move to prevent the problems this can cause us now and in future. We will explore the spiritual side of the black woman and how our truest representation is tied in with our divinity.

11:35 am – Q & A with Audience

11:45 am – Performance by Danielle Brown

11:50am – Mental & Physical Health in the Black community.

Speakers: Dr Victoria Lane, Sandra Johnson, 

Black women and women from Ethnic communities have a higher percentage of being likely to suffer from poor mental. We are also the least likely to seek professional help and so we suffer in silence. We are more prone to not broaching the subject of Mental and physical health within our community and social circles, due to the lack of education and awareness on the subjects; coupled with the fear of speaking with professionals who often times lack the sensitivity and understanding of our cultural and psychological needs.

12:30– Q&A with audience 

12:40– Lunch Break 

 

13:30– Performance by Skye

13:35– The Hidden Gem – Health and Wellness

Speakers: Neusa Catoja, Charlotte Crowl

We have heard the saying that “your health is your wealth” and yet women in the Black and Ethnic communities have gradually suffered from failing health over the years and generations. How can we as women; whether young, middle aged, mature or elderly take back our ultimate wealth and the beauty of it within our own bodies? We often fill the position of pillar of support within the family, friendship circles as well as within our community, so if the pillars are weak, the foundations will never stand when its needed the most.

 

14:15– Q&A with audience 

14:25 – Poetry Performance by Simone Millwood

 

14:30 – Black Youth and the Education Sector

Speaker: Cheryl Phoenix, Angela Barrows

For many women, as natural nurturers our lives tend to revolve around our children. There is a lot of publicity surrounding black youth and violence, yet our children typically start off as high achievers academically, then gradually falling to the wayside.

What are our children up against in school and how can their identity and mental health be affectedwithin the education sector?How can we work to bridge the gap between the youth and the rest in our community?

What options are out there in the UK and how can we support, be aware and understand our youth that much more.

 

15:10– Q&A with audience 

15:25 – Stall Holders introduction & information

15:45 – Closing comments

16:00 – The End

 

 

Stall Holder Notes

Make sure you leave plenty of time to arrive and set up so you have a calm start to the day.
Important

When you hire a stall you hire the stall space, A table and 2 chairs.

Packing Up

Our official trading hours are 11:00 am – 4pm. Please arrive for 10:15am

You will need to have all your goods and equipment packed up or packed to the side edges of the area by 4.30pm.

You are not required to stay until any particular time and you can pack up whenever you wish.

You will be able to drive your car and park in the car park, but it is limited parking on a first come first served basis.

As we are in school grounds please pick up all your rubbish including small rubbish like rubber bands and stickers as we need to leave the school tidy for the students.

We do not have extensive facilities to dispose of your garbage or unwanted goods so please take everything home with you.

Please return all tables to the container and leave them how you found them in the morning.


Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.


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