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black history month, Young Sierra Leonean, Poplar Union, East London, things to do, Sierra Leone festival 2020
black history month, Young Sierra Leonean, Poplar Union, East London, things to do, Sierra Leone festival 2020

Beyond Borders; the Past, the Present & the future

The Young Sierra Leonean C.I.C. presents Sierra Leone Beyond Borders: The Past, Present & Future (Trade, Tide ɛn Tumara).

Join them for the opening night of #SLACfest 2020 via Zoom, for an evening celebrating Sierra Leone’s contribution to the world through the years; with keynote talks, discussions, digital media and performances by Sierra Leoneans across the world.
They’ll look back at the country’s rich contributions from the past (trade), analyse the positive movements of the present (tide), and discuss ways in which we can use what we have tide to build the future every Sierra Leonean dreams of.

This is a free event however a suggested donation to Girlz Empowered SL group in encouraged.

About Girls Empowered

Girlz Empowered’s goal is to empower less privileged women and young girls in Sierra Leone.
They advocate against FGM and all forms of Sexual & Gender Based Violence against women and girls in Sierra Leone.

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About The Young Sierra Leonean

The Young Sierra Leonean is a hub for young Sierra Leoneans and Sierra Leoneans who want to make a difference in relation to the youth. Their mission is to increase the visibility of Sierra Leone and Sierra Leoneans both at home and in the diaspora, and change the narrative through the arts.
Their vision is to create opportunities for young people back home in the arts & creative industry. They currently showcase individuals from the diaspora, who are actively working hard at improving the quality of life for young Sierra Leoneans.

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black history month 2020, poplar union

Tue 27 October 7.30pm-10pm

Free (suggested donation to Girlz Empowered)

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