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Black History Lunchtime Conversation #28

This week we welcome back Jamaican Author, Poet, Historian, Philosopher and Ambassador for Rastafari, Yasus Afari, who will tell us the story of his best selling book: ‘Overstanding Rastafari, Jamaica’s Gift to the World’ helping us to overstand the significance of Rastafari. We are also continuing to explore a range of very significant dates in […]

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The story of Dido Belle

This Friday’s Black History lunchtime conversation (12-130pm) features the story of Dido Belle told by author Lawrence Scott. Lawrence will also talk about his aims and his work. Register here to get a link with joining details https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqc-irqz4iE9V8TiKMoKy510iSmf-1Yi59

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Black History Conversation # 26 now online

Our latest Black History Lunchtime Conversation on Thomas Davies and Barbados in the 1650s in partnership with Learning Links International is now on our YouTube Channel. Catch up on this and all others on the channel, and please subscribe to keep up to date.

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Black History lunchtime conversation #26

This week, John Evans, now Curator of the Newtown Textile Museum, is presenting a story that he has been researching about Welshman, Thomas Davies, who it seems was active in Barbados in the early 1650s, after spending some time in West Africa as a factor for the East India Company.

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Youth football

Our young people enjoyed  an amazing first football session ran by our partner Pat Samba Fitness. A variety of fun football games where incorporated to engage our young people.

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Black History Lunchtime Conversation

This Friday’s Black History Conversation takes a look at Community reparation with the example of the Pennants Project in Jamaica. The Pennants Project involves the school and community in Pennants, Clarendon, Jamaica and the North Wales Jamaica Society, as well as Rotary Clubs in May Pen and Bangor, with support from Learning Links International and […]

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Second Black History Lunchtime Conversation

This Friday at 12 (until 130pm) Belong Nottingham is hosting a Black History Conversation with Learning Links International of Wales. The theme is theEuropean exploration of Africa, with presentations about Belong Nottingham’s research on Livingstone and the Africans who assisted him, as well as a short discussion about Henry Morton Stanley’s role.  There will be […]

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Welcoming Families and Children From Migrant and Refugee Backgrounds

Welcoming Families and Children From Migrant and Refugee Backgrounds

  Belong is a refugee run organisation helping migrants and refugees find their feet and integrate into UK society. Immigrants today are making enormous contributions to UK infrastructure and many have made, and can continue to make positive contributions, as long as we are able to provide them with the support they need to integrate […]

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Go on a Training Course

At Belong we offer a variety of training courses including: The ‘Go On’ course English My Way The Family into Work Course (consisting of English and Employability sessions). To find out more please come into the office at 32 Gregory Boulevard.

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The David Livingstone Heritage Project

Visit the David Livingstone Heritage Project website for more information. The David Livingstone Heritage Project Website

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