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Volunteer Social Media Coordinator wanted

September 2018

Campaigning group Acorn Sheffield are seeking a volunteer who wants experience in a social media role to join the team for a few hours a week. Must be keen to fight bad landlords via a tenant-owned union run by its members, building community power through...

Vacancy at Sheffield Renewables

Deadline 28th August 2018

Sheffield Renewables is committed to making Sheffield a low carbon, resilient and sustainable city. They believe this can only be done through together taking real practical and positive action collectively. Despite a period of uncertainty in the renewable...

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28th October 2018

Melanin Fest Sheffield 2017

1st-31st October 2017, Sheffield City Centre

A celebration of Black History Month, October 2017, organised by Our Mel co-hosted by Gabriela Thompson Menanteaux and Annalisa Toccara. Our Mel is a grassroots volunteer community dedicated to exploring cultural identity, Black history and what it means to be a person of colour in Britain today. Inspired by two local lasses on a journey of self-love, Our Mel was born in November 2016 over a pack of caramel biscuits and a cup of tea - Yorkshire of course.

Events for Black History Month could be happening near you; 31 days poetry/open mic, art exhibitions, dance, music, seminars, drama, speakers, workshops and film. Workshops include opportunities for people of all ages, races and religious backgrounds to gather together in a safe environment to discuss and learn about everyday issues surrounding people of colour in today’s society.

Full schedule and more information will be available on the website, or email info@ourmel.org.uk.

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Twitter: #ourmel, #mymel, #yourmel, #melfest, #melaninfest2017, #blackhistorymonth, #blackhistorymonth2017, #blackhistorymonth2017sheffield

A New Man: trans memoir

Sat 28 Oct 2017, 6pm, New Roots, Glossop Road

Charlie Kiss discusses his recently released memoir, ‘A New Man’. It is a story of broken families, isolation and a total collapse of identity. Anti-nuclear protest at Greenham Common results in imprisonment. Severe mania and crisis of identity results in hospitalisation, homelessness, loss of friends and dignity.

Throughout all these challenges lies the conflict of self-identity within, as Charlie knows deep down that he is male, but this is repressed. As a lesbian feminist Charlie believes that he should fight against stereotypes of what it is to be a woman but the repressed feelings keep resurfacing until finally Charlie transitions and is far happier and calmer but there are surprises at how the world treats him differently.

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