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We Mark Black History Month

Throughout October, Community Integrated Care was proud to mark Black History Month, to celebrate diversity and recognise the fantastic achievements of Black people today and throughout history.

During the month, we were excited to host an exclusive Black History Month themed concert on our charity’s accessible activities platform,

Welcoming the brilliant singer/songwriter, LOUQ, back to the stage, colleagues and people supported by Community Integrated Care came together from across the country to enjoy hits from the likes of music legends, Aretha Franklin, Bob Marley, and Stevie Wonder.

Like all What To Do events, the concert was completely free to attend for anybody with care and support needs, and their loved ones or Support Workers. You can find out more about What To Do and the exciting events we have upcoming, here.

Likewise, during October we were delighted to see our colleagues hosting a special Black History Month party! Taking place at our Gilmorton Flats service in Leicester, the event invited our colleague and people we support, as well as friends and families from across the country, to come along and enjoy Black heritage and culture.

With singing, dancing, food and much more to enjoy, we’d like to thank our colleagues for organising this incredible event.

However, our support doesn’t end as we enter November. Our Black History Month resources will remain available to colleagues, and our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Network continues to guide us towards a future where our charity is as diverse and inclusive as possible.

For more information on our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion, click here.

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