As part of Black History Month this year, UNISON Manchester is hosting a special event to commemorate Black History, entitled Recognise or Demoralise?
The event is being held at Manchester Central Library, St Peter’s Square on Wednesday 6 October 2021 and it will run from 2:00pm – 5:00pm.
Join us for an afternoon of celebration, history, inspiration, culture, recognition and engagement. All our welcome and you don’t have to be a union member to attend.
There will be great speakers and performances including poetry, a play about the Black boxer Len Johnson and dance by Mbaise Women’s Group. There will also be African drumming and refreshments from 1.15pm. The nearest tram stop to the venue is at St Peter’s Square.
Note there is limited capacity at the venue so booking in advance is essential.
To register a place for this event visit our Eventbrite page at unisonmanchester.eventbrite.co.uk.
If you have any specific access or dietary requirements please make sure you include these when registering for your free ticket.
This event will also be recorded live.
Please help spread awareness of this event by sharing the promotional flyer with your friends and family by posting about it on social media.
We look forward to welcoming you to our event as we celebrate Black History.