Interview with KMTV Christine Locke, Chair and CEO of Diversity House had a great time talking to Kent Messenger TV Online all about how the Charity is campaigning to have Black History more regularly celebrated. To watch the full
The world has the potential to be a pretty scary place right now. The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone, not only impacting people’s physical wellbeing, but also their mental wellbeing – something which is occasionally falling out of consideration. There’s
There is a growing concern that the current social recession caused by COVID-19 will impact negatively on the psychological and physiological wellbeing of our communities. We are social beings and crave relationships through socialising with others. The ban from attending
Supporting Women and Girls ran a Sewing Workshop for 10 weeks, it was so popular that an extra week was added, making it 11 weeks in total. Our workshop tutor was the very regardful volunteer Kate Dicey. A retired
What is Remembrance Day? Remembrance Day is observed on the 11th hour, 11th day, on the 11th month. This is when a two-minute silence is taken in order to remember those who lost their lives in World War I.
Stop what you are doing. Find a piece of scrap paper and something to write with. An old receipt will do. Now go ahead and draw a mechanic. I will give you five minutes. Do not scroll down until
Diversity House were delighted to deliver Black History Month events in Swale. Young children were adorned in extravagant headwraps, local people danced to African music and disengaged individuals had their spirits lifted through being enlightened of their Identity. Black History