Dennis co-founded Let’ Rap, the trailblazing support group for Black Queer men in the early 90’s. He also facilitated a decade long, monthly support group, aimed at Black Queer men at, London’s LGBT Mental Health charity, PACE.
Dennis was Chair of the Black Gay Men’s Advisory Group (BGMAG) and official spokesperson for the ‘Stop Murder Music Campaign’, co-negotiating the ‘Reggae Compassionate Act’, that eventually put an end to homophobic dancehall lyrics in reggae music around the world.
He has also recently appeared in TV documentaries, ‘Positive’ (Sky TV), ‘The Moments That Shaped Black Queer Britain (BET).
13:45 PM – 14:45 PM | Black Men and Sexuality: Meet us at the intersection of race and gender
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