Grief in the Black Community- Hushed Harbours|19th April, 6pm

Our speaker will explore the evolution of the Black funeral, funerary rites and practices, and the relationship with death from the enslavement of Black people to the present times.

This discussion provides a supportive approach to grief and bereavement by looking at practices that family and friends engage with when dealing with the loss of a loved one. Other themes will include a review of religious practices and rituals.

Because of the sensitivity of the topic, we ask that you make an informed decision when choosing to book and attend the event.

Audience questions are also welcome for the Q&A session.

Once you sign up, the link to the event and further details will be sent to you closer to the date.

Please book your tickets here.

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