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Wed, 09 Dec



What Does it Mean to Be – ‘UNAPOLOGETICALLY BLACK?’

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What Does it Mean to Be –  ‘UNAPOLOGETICALLY BLACK?’
What Does it Mean to Be –  ‘UNAPOLOGETICALLY BLACK?’

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09 Dec 2020, 19:00


About the Event


Please join UK Social Community Manager at Tik Tok, Nina Danjuma and Interdisciplinary Artist Jamel Duane Alatise in conversation with David Adesanya of Dilemma to explore what it means to be a young Black person, living in the UK in 2020. Audience members will be invited to debate critical questions such as:

  • ‘How much self-agency do young  Black people have to shape their individuality &
  • Is race (still?) the most  important aspect of young  Black people’s identity?’

Whether you are a young person from the African diaspora or not, we want to know what you think. Come and  share your points of view! UNAPOLOGETICALLY BLACK is targeted at young people aged 16 and over. Talk starts at 7.00pm on Wednesday 9th December.

Nina Danjuma:

The amazing & phenomenally creative @ninadnj a dedicated and prolific interrogator of diversity and inclusion. Experienced writer, content creator and social media specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the marketing and advertising industry which currently includes @tiktok

Jamel Duane Alatise: Introducing Jamel Alatise ( @firstsonofsoil ) a socially engaged Artist-Creative, who is focussed primarily on poetry, publishing and photography. Jamel’s work in whichever medium prioritises our connections and stories. He is the founder of @peoplejournal - a publication devoted to slow storytelling - and is an ardent explorer of Art, Culture, and Design.

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