Join us for the second in a series of discussions as part of the Social Power and Mental Health: Evolving Research Through Lived Experience conference. This online event will feature Furaha Asani and Maya McFarlane in conversation with Aude Konan (chair).
This conversation will explore anti-Blackness, Black feminism and mental health, with topics including the hostile environment and migration, anti-Blackness in education and Black experiences of navigating the (mental) health system.
Aude Konan (they/them) (Writer and Playwright)
Furaha Asani (she/her) (Researcher, Teacher and Mental Health Advocate)
Maya McFarlane (she/her) (Women’s and Non-Binary Officer of the CUSU BME Campaign)
This event will also be live-streamed on CRASSH's YouTube channel.
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