Gus John to chair debate for Black History Month

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The University of Hertfordshire has invited professor Gus John to chair a debate on racial issues, as part of their Black History Month celebrations. The session will happen  on Thursday 25th October, at 6:00 pm.

The debate will follow the ‘Question Time‘ format and it will count with the participation of: Rodney Hinds, sports editor at The Voice newspaper; Paul Macey, director of Words of Colour Productions; and Anne-Marie Senior, Community Engagement Officer at Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council.

The panel will focus on some of the following topics: transracial adoption, black and minority ethnic athletes in the 2012 Olympics, image and reality, race and the US presidential election, and more!

The event will take place in the courtroom of the Law Building at the University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield and is free to attend.

For more information, click here.

Picture (home): “New Law Building” by p_a_h (Flickr – CC BY 2.0)

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