Babah Tarawally in Utrecht

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A question from our friends at Taal Doet Meer How do you escape black-and-white thinking? To find out?

On Thursday 31 January 2019 you are cordially invited to toast in the new year. Babah Tarawally will be at the Taal Doet Meer College.

All volunteers, course participants, donors and relations are invited! Following: food, drinks, music.

Babah Tarawally is a writer and journalist. He fled from Sierra Leone in the nineties and has been a Utrecht resident for several years.

Last Autumn his third book came out with the title: “Caught in black-and-white thinking. And how we can escape ‘.

During the Taal Doet Meer College, Babah talks about his life story. He makes it clear that we do not have to be caught in black-and-white thinking. The question is what we can learn from each other, how we can use diversity and how we can benefit from it.

The role of language is also discussed. Following the College, Babah talks with participants and volunteers of Taal Doet Meer.

Sign In!

Please register in advance here or ring them 030-2947594.

The meeting is free for volunteers, course participants and donors of Taal Doet Meer.

To other guests they ask a contribution of € 15, -.

With this you support their work.

You can also become a Friend for € 5 per month.

 Programme for 31 January 2019

5.15 pm Walk-in

5.45 pm Opening and welcome word

6:00 pm College by Babah Tarawally

6.30 pm In conversation with participants and volunteers

7.00 pm Food – with the chance to talk

8.00 pm Music

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Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.

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