Sam Sharpe Lecture 2019

VereneShepherdTuesday 22 October - 19:00
Imperial College, London

We are delighted that this year's Sam Sharpe Lecture will be delivered by Professor Verene Shepherd (Professor of Social History at the University of the West Indies in Mona and Director of the University’s Institute for Gender and Development Studies) on the theme of Reparations.

Please click here for information about each of the contributors to the lecture.

Please note that, due to the popularity of this event, there has been a change of venue to enable more people to attend.

LondonFlyer2019The lecture will now be taking place at:
Blackett Laboratory Building
Imperial College

Lecture Theatre 1
Prince Consort Road

The evening will begin with a welcome on behalf of Imperial College from Dr Mark Richards (Department of Physics).
The former Metropolitan Police Superintendent Leroy Logan MBE, Chair of the London Board advising the Youth Violence Community at the All Party Parliamentary Group, will be responding to the evening’s theme on Reparations.
The Revd Joel Edwards (CBE) will facilitate the evening’s panel discussion, which will also feature Esther Stanford-Xosei.

Due to the lectures' increasing popularity, and the world-renowned speaker, there will also be an opportunity to attend the lecture in Birmingham on Thursday 24 October.
Booking your place
There is no charge to attend the lectures, but please reserve your place by clicking on the relevant button below.

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Please note that the closing date for booking will be 20 October, unless all spaces have been allocated before this date.