LGBT History Month 2019

  •   Vicky Beeching photographed by Alex Douglas

LGBT History Month Lecture with Vicky Beeching

Living an undivided life: exploring the intersections of LGBTQ identity, faith, mental health & wellbeing

Vicky Beeching is a writer, broadcaster and equality campaigner. After studying theology at Oxford, she went onto become one of the best-known writers and performers of Christian music in the UK and USA. This career ended when she decided to come out as gay in 2014. Vicky is often seen on BBC1, Sky News and Channel 4 commentating on current affairs and is a regular on Radio 4's Thought For The Day. Her best-selling memoir, Undivided, was published by Harper Collins in 2018.

Join us in celebrating our 10th Annual LGBT+ History Month Lecture organised by the Equality and Diversity Unit and the LGBT+ Advisory Group.

Date: 28 February 2019
Time: 6:30pm
Venue: Mathematical Institute, Woodstock Rd.
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