Ancestral Trauma in Caribbean Culture

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To fully embrace Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, we need to understand the psychology of ancestral trauma in the workplace and how that affects individual and collective identities, our wellbeing and our ability to thrive in Western society. Join Samantha Allen to understand what ancestral trauma means for the British Caribbean community and how we can help to create spaces of safety and liberation in the workplace.


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SKU: Ancestral Trauma in Caribbean Culture Categories: Identity, Subculture, Visual art


Speaker: Samantha Allen

Sam is an arts engagement specialist, working internationally with audiences, museum and heritage professionals to transform meaning and provide authentic engagement in programming, events and external communications. She is an innovator who combines strategic marketing, education and arts administration to catalyse change and has run her own international arts organisation since 2014. Sam is passionate advocate of racial activism and has a BA in Classical Studies and an MA in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy.

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