About this Event
Truth mental health is working in collaboration with Trent university, Nottingham together and the new art exchange in bringing in the black community together to celebrate black history.
BLACK HISTORY , BLACK PRESENT AND OUR BLACK FUTURE.
For this event we are bringing the wind rush generation and the youth of today together to learn, guide, support and embrace from each others stories while gaining knowledge from one another for this celebration.
There will be a mixture of children and adult performances, rappers, singers, dance troupe and poets coming together and sharing the stage.
Special guest speakers from the university and other community organisations that work with the BME communities will be sharing their own insights and experiences.
Chanell Wallace who has been recently documenting with the BBC for knife crime will be coming to share her story and how she has overcome losing her brother, The Plentiful Poet will be working in collaboration with Chanell bringing their knife crime stories together to embrace the youth of today.
Downstairs in the new art exchange café bar HELPING KIDS ACHIEVE will be running FREE music and instrumental workshops available to all youths, they will be positive historical topics:
Ancient Africa, Black inventors and black business owners, First black president.
Using these topics to create a song they can later perform.
There will also be a children live performances.
Come along to our FREE community day in celebration of BLACK HISTORY all families are welcome.