The Collective is a group comprised of artists, activists, scholars, and entrepreneurs. We share the stories of minoritized women. We aim to lift up and create space
We aim to lift up and create space for women of color to share their voices, especially as it relates to the intersection of race, gender, and class. Our vision is to create strong communities of color whose inherent value and dignity is experienced in all aspects of society. As the drum majors of justice, we bear witness.
(Wednesday) 19:00 - 20:00
Why do autistic women and girls face so much more inequality? Believe it or not, there are still some medical professionals out there who believe that women and
In this incredible class, The Autism Coach, Nicky Collins, describes her journey toward self-acceptance and how you or your wonderful autistic family member can do the same. In this transformational session – Nicky will guide you to develop a positive mindset toward autistic people, to give you hope and confidence for the future, not fear and hopelessness.
(Monday) 18:30 - 20:30
Join us as we get you comfortable with the uncomfortable around LGBTQIA language. We’ll give you a whistle-stop tour of LGBTQIA history as well as some tips
We’ll give you a whistle-stop tour of LGBTQIA history as well as some tips on how to be a more inclusive LGBTQIA employer.
Our workshops are a safe space to be educated on topics which sometimes can be difficult to discuss. We like to tackle these topics head on, with a little bit of humour and light hearted sensibility.
(Thursday) 12:00 - 13:30
We couldn’t feel happier to finally be hosting the long-awaited ParaPride in-person event in celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month 2023. With the
With the support of Hackney Council and Hackney Pride365, we are very excited to be holding this event in the vibrant and wonderfully diverse London borough of Hackney.
ParaPride will be making LGBTQ+ history by presenting the largest showcase of disabled LGBTQ+ talent with a spectacular line-up of creative acts. This will include Comedy, Drag Kings & Queens, Aerial artists, Pole performers, Burlesque shows, DJ sets and more.
Additionally, there will be a Community Networking area and an interactive Panel discussion. Further information about the event programme and details of the line-up will be announced in due course. Refreshments will be available to purchase.
We are committed to creating an inclusive, accessible and enjoyable event in a safe environment for our intersectional disabled / LGBTQ+ community, as well as for our friends and allies. We look forward to sharing this memorable experience with you.
ParaPride is an empowerment charity (registration no. 1186485) that advocates for the visibility, education and awareness of disabled LGBTQ+ people. We are a young grassroots organisation entirely run by volunteers. Our lived experiences stand at the foundations of our charity values.
(Sunday) 12:00 - 17:00
Hackney Town Hall, Mare Street, London, E8 1EA
SCC’s LGBTQ+ Staff Network is hosting an event for LGBT History Month, in collaboration with the Surrey History Centre. Discover the power of our stories with this
Discover the power of our stories with this free community event! Come along and meet SCC’s LGBTQ+ Network staff and local support organisations, browse unique LGBTQ+ treasures in the History Centre archive, chat with the local community and engage with our fantastic guest speakers.
(Thursday) 18:00 - 20:30
Surrey History Centre, 130 Goldsworth Road, Woking, GU21 6ND
Please join us for an inspiring showcase of carefully selected black businesses this March. This is an indoor, face-to-face event that supports emerging entrepreneurs & new black businesses
We achieve this by curating and hosting exclusive events in a variety of iconic venues across London and beyond. Our next event taking place over two days in the heart of Brixton offers a diverse, quality shopping and cultural experience celebrating producers of the African & Caribbean community. If you’re looking for gifts, cards, unique prints, jewellery, male grooming kits, skincare, clothes or other original accessories come down! This market truly embodies the community’s spirit as well as supports black businesses.
march 4 (Saturday) - 5 (Sunday)
Downstairs at The Department Store, 248 Ferndale Road, Brixton, London, SW9 8FR