Let us celebrate the life and significant contributions of Mollie Hunte to the Black community with key speakers throughout the day.
London Metropolitan Archives will be hosting the Mollie Hunte conference entitled ‘‘’Mollie Hunte: Educator, Psychologist and Champion of Caribbean People’’ which will celebrate the Mollie Hunte collection at the LMA and the importance of Mollie Hunte as an individual who advocated heavily for her community from the 1960s until her passing in 2015. Mollie Hunte was born in Georgetown, Guyana. She decided to immigrate to the UK in 1960s and came to the UK to continue her studies and become an educational psychologist working specifically with young black children.
As an educational psychologist she worked for both the London Borough of Ealing (1973-82) and the London Borough of Brent (1982-1988). She founded and co-founded During this several key organisations for the Caribbean community which included The Caribbean Parents Group (1975), The Caribbean Parents Group Credit Union (1990 and PEV consultancy (1989. Each of these organisations were created to aid the Caribbean community in London and ensure that young children and parents were supported through the education system, mental health and parenting.
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Reserve tickets at this website2020-04-24 09:30 2020-04-24 09:30 Europe/London Mollie Hunte: Educator, Psychologist and Champion of Caribbean People Celebrate the life and significant contributions of Mollie Hunte to the Black community with key speakers throughout the day. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2020/04/24/mollie-hunte-educator-psychologist-and-champion-of-caribbean-people-228504 London Metropolitan Archives,40 Northampton Rd,,London
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