He will head a bill at an event specially to provide a Caribbean slant on the benefits to employing an ethnically and culturally diverse workforce.
It will be one of the last opportunities to see Yasus Afari before he leaves for Australia where he will be the first Rastafarian to present a paper to the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Melbourne.
The 46-year-old entertainer is an international leader of the Rastafarian faith and is the author of “Overstanding Rastafari: Jamaica’s Gift to the World” and other books. Yasus has also recently released a CD of spoken word poetry entitled “Kiss Mi Neck!”
Yasus Afari is working with Liz Millman, as co-founder of Learning Links International, an enterprise dedicated to promoting better understanding between cultures.
‘Celebrating Diversity in the Workplace’ is being organised by Learning Links International in conjunction with the African Caribbean Business Federation and the international public relations and communications consultancy “akpr” as one of a series of events planned throughout the West Midlands during Diversity Week.
The event will be at the Newhampton Arts Centre in Wolverhampton on Friday 20th November, starting at 6.30pm. Food is provided and the event is free but advanced booking is essential and places are limited.
To book email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07711 569489.