black bodies breastsbums and cancer

Saturday  25 July 12.00pm-3.00pm

 

Tube: Aldgate East, Liverpool St Admission: Donation

Venue: on application

Dr David Michael, survivor of prostate cancer, will explode the fallacies about the disease and state what black men must to do reduce the awful statistic that they are three times as liable to die from this illness than white men. David Michael was the first black police officer in Lewisham, served 30 years, rose  to the rank of Detective Chief Inspector and won two high profile of race discrimination against the Metropolitan Police and was also a  founder member of the Black Police Association.

Scientist  Abi Ajose-Adeogun holds a first degree in Medical Bio-chemistry, a masters in Clinical bio-chemistry and is  pursuing another masters in Public Health. She runs an infomatics project on cancer data and  has been investigating the cause and effects of cancer on black women for 7 years. Her presentation will cover:

  • The reality of risk rates for black women
  • 10 things you can do to reduce your risk
  • How your partners ex-girlfriends and not breastfeeding can increase your risk
  • The food and lifestyles that increase your risk
  • How white women skew the risk indicators

We will also reveal how all the above information and more was on a website that was hacked, blocked and taken offline by health authorities.

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Saturday  27 July 2pm-5.00pm

BFI Southbank (near Royal Festival Hall), Belvedere Road SE1

Tube: Waterloo.Tickets ₤5, best to book early, Phone 0207 928 3232
www.bfi.org.uk/southbank

Bab Sebta is the last point in Morocco before you enter Europe via Portugal/Spain. Coming from every part of Africa, a river of men and women are prepared to cross the continent, at risk of death, just to live in a another continent that does not want them. This is their story from their perspective