Time:7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
ID Required: No
The #BlackLove movement seen across social media is more than a trending hashtag. Historically our families were separated, and even today, mainstream depictions of Black families are represented by a single parent unit headed by a mother. The resurgence of a social Black Love movement is multifaceted insofar as reclaiming our fundamental human right to Marriage and Family (Art 16). Black Love inherently lays the foundations to the building blocks of our communities; the African family – without it, we have no basis from which to create our customs, culture or legacies.
Join us on Thursday 28th February as we gather to celebrate and discuss the solutions to strengthening and sustaining Black relationships. Joined by some of our friends, we will explore the central themes of Communication, Business and the power and impact of digital media on Black Love. Delving deeper, led by Tony Cealy, the audience will be invited to participate in discussions and fun exercises along with the panel who will also share their respective journeys and present the methods they have used in order to sustain healthy and balanced relationships in business and love.
- Exploring Black Love: Self, Business and Community (First Afrikan Directive)
- Why Communication is not only key, it is everything
- Love Languages – What are they? What are yours?
- Black Love under Attack: The Emasculation of Black Men
- Representation and the Power of Digital Media
- Black Love in and as Business
Additional dose of Black Love:
- Free Drinks for everyone all evening
- Free Prizes on the night!
About The Thursday Club
The Thursday Club is being organised to take us off line and back into reality where we as African Caribbean people belong. Our challenges are unique and won’t be solved by cyber warriors, but by professionals and experienced activists who desire to see self-determination for our race without apology.
The Thursday Club will explore one issue our community needs to solve and bring under our control at every meeting, with a topic introduced from an expert in the field and chaired by Dean Okai Snr. The aim of these meetings is to galvanize the willing and the qualified into actionable outcomes to create the institutions we deserve that exclusively benefit us as African Caribbeans.
This meeting is a strictly African Family Occasion and is for professionals and community activists who desire to cooperate and share ideas, based on experience and demonstrated ability in order to work in a Sankofa state of mind to produce the educational, community and financial solutions that we deserve to replace the ones we’ve been handed.
2 for £12 ticket. Admits Two People: Couples, Friends, Dates (you choose!)
Free drinks (soft and alcoholic) all evening
One Entry into Raffle Draw
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