Sharing Stories from Scotland and Beyond
Black History Month Panel Discussion with questions
All are welcome to join this free online Zoom event where four distinguished panellists share experiences and stories from Scotland and beyond.
To sign up for this Zoom event please register through Eventbrite and we will send you joining details just before the event.
Meet our panellists:
Fr. Azariah France-Williams is a Church of England priest based in Manchester. He is the author of Ghost Ship Institutional Racism and the Church of England which was published this summer. He is a member of the HeartEdge network and loves to hear the stories of others as well as share his own.
British-American Mezzo Soprano Andrea Baker is a frequent presenter on the BBC and the creator of the award-winning show “Sing Sistah Sing!” a joyful, soulful celebration of the African American female voice.
Lisa Williams is an author, poet and founder of the Edinburgh Caribbean Association. She curates arts events across Scotland to promote Caribbean culture, runs educational and anti-racist programmes in schools and universities and leads walking tours focusing on Edinburgh’s Black History. An MA in Arts, Festival and Cultural Management and Honorary Fellow in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh.
Dunni Smith is a British African of Nigerian lineage. Dunni is very passionate about social equality for all, freedom of expression of faith and political awareness.
How to take part
To sign up for this Zoom event please register through Eventbrite
Hosted by St Andrew’s and St George’s West Church Edinburgh
Minister: The Reverend Dr Rosie Magee