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Subject:

FW: Neville Lawrence Champions Diversity Talks in Education & He ritage-UPdate

From:

Ian Blackwell <[log in to unmask]>

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Ian Blackwell <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 10 Oct 2000 10:12:31 +0100

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> PureHArt Services, 2 Priors Croft, London E17 5NJ 
> Fundraising & Promoting British Diverse and Multi-Ethnic Images &  Events 
> Eml: [log in to unmask] 
> 
> Please circulate to your colleagues & associates  
> Pre-Networking at:  
> JAMAICA BLUE, 18 MADDOX STREET, LONDON W1  
> From 5.00pm on 10th &18th Oct. 2000  
> Then on to the venues below:  
> 
> NEWS RELEASE  
> 2 October 2000 - Immediate  
> 
> Neville Lawrence Champions Diversity Talks in Education & Heritage 
> 
> Neville is championing a series of London talks & networking evenings
> organised by PureHArt Services. He will be talking about his work in
> promoting diversity & racial tolerance in schools & colleges around the
> UK.  The talks will take place in Westminster on 10th, 18th  & 25th
> October 2000 during Black History Month.  The focus of the talks is:
> "Encouraging Greater Cultural Diversity In The UK Arts and Heritage
> Industries".  
> 
> Unknown to millions of British people Neville Lawrence father of murdered
> teenager Stephen Lawrence has been visiting schools, colleges &
> universities across the UK encouraging diversity and racial harmony
> through Education & the Arts.  Following an article in the National Union
> of Teachers, (NUT) Magazine (issue Jan/Feb 1999) - 'The Teacher', Neville
> offered to visit educational establishments. Neville was inundated with
> requests to talk. To date he has visited over 55 schools, colleges and
> universities throughout Britain.  
> 
> 
> Joanne Mayers Gaskin spokesperson for PureHArt services said, "we are
> honoured to be working in partnership with Mr Lawrence.  It is our hope to
> encourage the positive integration of talented British people.  PureHArt
> looks forward to seeing and embracing the creation of diverse and
> multiethnic  art that enriches our unique heritage for the millennium.  
> 
> 
> The BHM Talks Starts on:  
> Tue.  10th Oct., Time :7.30pm  - Your Heritage in Museums & Education  
> Venue: Scientific Societies Lecture Theatre [SSLT],  
> 
> Should museums reconstruct the images and stories shown to children and
> adults?  Many of the images on display do not truly educate them and does
> not promote the diversity of England's heritage or history!  
> Speakers:  Museums Association, (Diversity): Lee Fulton;  (Black Cultural
> Archives, Chair): Len Garrison;  English Heritage;  Equiano Society & the
> Windrush Foundation: Arthur Torrington;  Heritage Lottery Fund (Access
> Policy Adviser): Helen Jackson; Broadcaster & Journalist (BBC Telly
> Tubbies): Alex Pascal OBE & Museums Association (Deputy Director): Maurice
> Davies!  
> 
> *** 
> Wed. 18th Oct., Time : 6.00pm - Your Heritage in Media/TV & Entertainment
> 
> Venue: Scientific Societies Lecture Theatre [SSLT],  
> 
> Are talented British writers and producers working with Britain's diverse
> & black communities to create audio visual images which represents the
> cultural heritage and diversity of England?  
> Speakers: PCS-Foreign & Commonwealth Office [FCO] TUS: Pauline Abrams;
> Jamaica Blue: Geoffrey Holland, MD; Museum of London: Hedley Swain;  Black
> Britain [ www.blackbritain.co.uk ]: Kofi Kusitor, MD;  Writer/ Consultant
> Dee Jarrett-Macauley PhD;  TV & BBC2 Black Britain: Rianna Scipio; Artist
> Lecturer (Goldsmith College): Rita Keegan;  
> 
> *** 
> Wed. 25th Oct., Time : 6.00pm - Your Heritage in Films/Movies.  
> Venue: Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, University College London  
> Should Films Educate British Children & Communities About Britain's
> Diverse Cultural Heritage? and Why should a white British person support a
> black British film?  
> 
> Speakers:  Westminster Race Equality Council: Natalie Stewart;  Black in
> The British Frame & Black People in British Film & TV: Stephen Bourne
> (Author);  renaissance one: Melanie Abrahams and BFI (Project Leader For
> Cultural Diversity): Cary Sawhney!  
> 
> 
> [All talks are in Westminster, Central London & diverse parents & talented
> black & white people who work in the arts, heritage, teaching, media,
> broadcasting & film sectors should attend all events!]  
> 
> For a Booking form & to attend Please Eml:
> [log in to unmask] & your Support fee: Companies 10
> pounds and Individuals 5 pounds per event.  
> 
> 
> 
> 
> * BOOK NOW!! Then pick up your ticket(s) from PurehArt at JAMAICA BLUE as
> above! *


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