Black Fem Sundays is a bi-monthly much-needed safer space for Black women to express and share their
lived experiences. An excellent starting point to create a community.
The first edition on 12 December 2021 was a loving and healing experience within an intimate setting.
Join us for the next edition on 20 February as we continue this pilot.
On 20 February we’ll focus on black women and neurodiversity, what is it, how can we all be more aware, what are the
benefits and challenges of a diagnosis and how are Black women in particular affected by neurodiversity?
We invited co-founder of ‘ADHD Babes’ and ‘a new neurodiversity’ podcast Angelica Udueni (UK).
Udueni will speak about her experiences, explain what neurodiversity is, show the intersection with race and gender
and incorporate exercises for us all to explore.
There’s lots of room for conversations, to share your ideas and of course:
no get-together is complete without some snacks & drinks. You know how we do.
Limited capacity so get your free ticket quick!
In the first edition on 12 december 2021 we centered self-care, navigating mental health services and the trauma of migration.
We invited Dr. Eneida Silva Delgado-Fransman to share her expertise and knowledge on these significant topics.