Black Students Talk: Being Black and Neurodiverse

Thursday 17 June 2021
Online, zoom
6pm - 8pm

Black Students Talk: Being Black and Neurodiverse

Being Black and neurodiverse at university can be tough. University isn’t built for us. Whether you’re diagnosed, undiagnosed, or unsure. A lot of us have to fight to fit a neurotypical world and feel emotionally exhausted doing it.

You’re not alone.

Join us for Black Students Talk: Being Black and neurodiverse to talk about it and learn ways to cope and thrive with each other.

The workshops are led by trained facilitators, and the discussions are confidential. At the beginning of the session, the group agree on a confidentiality and safety agreement, which covers issues such as anonymity, confidentiality and disclosure.

Please note: this event is for Black (African, Caribbean, mixed with Black heritage, African diaspora) university students ONLY. Please use your university email when registering or you may not be granted access to the session. You will be sent a reminder for the event and a unique code to access the session the day before and on the day of the session - if you haven't received an email in your inbox, please check your junk mail or spam.

Please only sign up to session A or B.

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