‘Black Men and Racial Patriarchy’ – Ornette Clennon, workshop
The workshop will invite participants to discover the meaning behind "racial patriarchy" as it relates to them.

‘Black Men and Racial Patriarchy’ – Ornette Clennon, workshop

When: Mon 20 October 2014 18:30-21:00
Where: G51


About the workshop:

The workshop will invite participants to discover the meaning behind "racial patriarchy" as it relates to them. The workshop will take the form of facilitated discussion groups where "racial patriarchy" will be deconstructed by the participants before the groups think about and devise strategies for resisting it. I would like the participants to leave the workshop appreciating the subtle ways in which living within a racial patriarchy can hold us back and active strategies for calling it out and resisting it.

This workshop is limited to 20 participants. It is aimed at black men in particular but is open to all. Please purchase a free ticket to come along to this workshop.

About the facilitator:

Description: Ella's:Users:Ella:Downloads:ornette-clennon.jpgDr Ornette D Clennon is a Visiting Enterprise Fellow in the department of Contemporary Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University. He is also a composer and singer and has worked with a variety of bands, orchestras, artists and ensembles, including the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, The Halle, The Smith Quartet and Soul II Soul. His work explores the intersection between Arts, Culture and Social Agency. Ornette also works with communities, as a NCCPE (National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement) Public Engagement Ambassador and is interested in researching the applied outcomes of his cultural theory research in the communities with which he works as a music practitioner and composer.

Read more at www.ornettedclennon.me or tweet him @revkollektiv!


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