As part of Black Futures Month we are pleased to welcome Veronica McKenzie to Bayes for what promises to be an informative and insightful session.
This talk will highlight selected actions and interventions from black queer history, to see what we can learn about building community wellness, from a black queer perspective.
Veronica is a prolific creative, speaker and historian. Through her company Reel Brit Productions she produced shorts Finding Home (2014) and feature documentary ‘Under Your Nose’ (2017) about the UK's Black LGBTQ+ history. Her label Twice As Proud fosters creativity in the Black Queer community. Her debut feature ‘Nine Nights' won the Pan African Film Festival Narrative Feature Director Award 2019. Completed Haringey Vanguard, a Black LGBTQ+ National Lottery Funded project (2020), and attended Cannes as a BFI ImPACT Producer (2022). Produced Ships, Passengers & Ports for the Royal Maritime Museum in celebration of Windrush 2023.
Please note that you are encouraged to bring your own lunch to the talk where tea and coffee will be provided.
This event is open to all staff and students, if you are interested in attending please register for the event..
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Bayes Business School
106 Bunhill Row
London EC1Y 8TZ