NAZ in association with the RISE partnership is pleased to announce a series of personal development workshops aimed at members of London’s diverse Ethnic background, Gay/Bi communities, living or working in Lambeth, Southwark & Lewisham
They will be facilitated by Dennis Carney:
Dennis is an experienced group facilitator who founded the UK’s first discussion group ‘Let’ Rap’, for Black Gay/Bi men in early 1990. He has appeared in the Channel 4 documentaries ‘Black OUT’, and ‘Reggae, Trainers & The Olympics’, plus numerous radio shows that have explored homophobia within Black communities Dennis was the inaugural Chair of BGMAG and official spokesperson for the Stop Murder Music Campaign, that helped put an end to homophobic Jamaican dancehall lyrics. In 2003 and 2006 Dennis received Black LGBT Community Awards recognising his contributions in raising the profile of Black LGBTQ communities in the UK.
October 13th 2016: Brother 2 Brother - Building & Sustaining Intimate Relationships
November 10th 2016: Cool Head or Hot Head - Struggling with Anger or being Assertive?
December 8th 2016: “Batty Man fi dead” - Dealing with Homophobia & increasing Self Esteem
January 12th 2017: Sex 101 - Sex, Sexual health, Science & Tips
Free refreshments will be provided.
Come along, learn new skills, gain more confidence and meet other likeminded BAME, Gay/Bi Men in a safe, confidential and supportive environment.
For more information and bookings please contact NAZ Project on 020 8741 1879