Without Prejudice Mervelee Myers Planning My Husband 100th Party Marcia From Elim House Sabotage International Women’s Day Book In Honour Of Strong Women Everywhere To Celebrate Husband 100th Birthday Within Southwark Communities In Windrush Jubilee When My Song Will Be On An App Brixton Market It Is Sad Black People Have A Need To Join In The Discrimination Of Their Own


EYFS Coordinator, SENCO, Multigenerational Working Approach Facilitator Open University Graduate

Foundation: I was a Basic School Teacher in Jamaica and discover the workplace nursery when I was working as a Contract Cleaner at the BBC White City.

Childhood Traumas: I started caring from my youngest sibling was born. I attended Lambeth College to get the qualification needed to gain employment in a situation where I could get the consistency, continuity and familiarity of a person who experienced “Childhood Traumas”. Because of the disability of my father, stricken with Parkinson’s disease, developed the same symptoms.

Making Most of My Opportunities in the UK: The fact that I experienced two miscarriages of justice after bereavement and losses indicate why I have taken up advocacy on behalf of those who have been made voiceless, vulnerable victims of the systems using the laws to discriminate against us.

Discrimination Ruin My Career

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