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Deaf Services Fair during Deaf Awareness Week

Temple Hall, York St John University Lord Mayor's Walk, York

Lollipop York & District are hosting a Deaf Services Fair on Thursday 4 May during Deaf Awareness Week.  This free, public event aims to bring together all the support and opportunities available for D/deaf people living in and around York in one place. Save the date! Lollipop are hosting a Deaf Services …

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Exploring Art and Why It Matters

The Angel On The Green, Bishopthorpe Road

YorkIdeas on the Green talks YorkIdeas, at the University of York, is teaming up with Angel on the Green – a community-owned enterprise – to bring ideas, research and engagement into York’s neighbourhoods. On selected Monday evenings, a speaker from the …

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Poverty in the UK

Location:In-person only Tempest Anderson Hall, Museum Gardens

Event details We are in the midst of a profound cost-of-living crisis with huge implications for our society. Many of us are having to make difficult choices on what spending we prioritise, but some of us face increasingly bleak choices. …

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Who Gets to Imagine the Future?

Location:In-person only Tempest Anderson Hall, Museum Gardens

Event details In 2020/21, around one in five people in the UK (20%) were in poverty - that's 13.4 million people. Join our panellists as they discuss the importance of imagination and hope in supporting a transition away from an …

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Pride Parade and Festival

In-person only The parade starts at York Minster and finishes at the Knavesmire, where the festival takes place

Event details North Yorkshire’s biggest annual LGBTQ+ event returns with a colour-filled parade and festival. Join us to celebrate inclusivity and diversity, whether you feel like flying your flag in the parade or coming along to the festival and making …

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Whiteness, Religion and Food Banks

Location:In-person only King's Manor, Exhibition Square

Event details Food banks are part of the fabric of the welfare state. But what happens inside them? Health scientist Maddy Power exposes the inner workings of Britain’s food banks, revealing how religion structures food distribution and how Whiteness shapes …

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