About the Events
LSBU are incredibly privileged to be hosting an ‘In conversation with…’ event with Dame Elizabeth Anionwu – and you’re invited to come & hear Dame Elizabeth discuss her new book ‘Dreams From My Mother‘ & her life with our very own Professor Calvin Moorley, Chair of Diversity & Social Justice in LSBU’s Institute of Health & Social Care.
Accurately hailed as one of the UK’s greatest ever nurses, Dame Elizabeth’s moving & inspiring story addresses issues of race, culture, identity, family, hope and much more. From her childhood to her political awakening and becoming the first ever sickle cell nurse specialist, Dame Elizabeth ‘s recent work has focused on the impact of COVID-19 on Black & Asian Communities. In addition to her extensive & impressive career, Dame Elizabeth is also a Pride of Britain awardee and one of the BBC’s 100 Women of the Year 2020.
Join us to listen in on what’s guaranteed to be a fascinating conversation between Professor Moorley & Dame Elizabeth and to celebrate the launch of her new book, her incredible achievements & Black History Month 2021 at LSBU.
3pm – Welcome & virtual housekeeping – Neil Hudson-Basing, Corporate Events Manager
3.05pm – Intro & scene setting – Professor Calvin Moorley, LSBU
3.10pm – In conversation… – Dame Elizabeth Anionwu & Professor Calvin Moorley
3.45pm – Audience Q&A and discussion
4.25pm – Closing remarks & summary
4.30pm – Close
This session will be delivered via Zoom and you will receive the joining instructions 2 days before the event takes place.
Check out our full programme events for Black History Month 2021 here!
Date & Time
Wednesday 13th October 2021
15:00 – 16:30