A Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 Event will feature a lecture on Black History as Therapeutic Practice.
It is a feel-good community wellbeing event for MHAW 2019.
The organisers will be celebrating body positivity, self-image and self-love, with…
KEYNOTE SPEAKER Rashid Nix
SPOKEN WORD Sola Brown
LIVE MUSIC AND DJS MC Kimba, Sandro, DJ Crocodile
Saturday MAY 25, 6-9pm
Hinton House, Hinton Road, Brixton SE24 0HJ
FREE ENTRY—DONATIONS WELCOME
Get inspired – get moving – love yourself!
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