It takes a lot of confidence to be this ridiculous.
I was invited back to my Alma Mater, Cambridge University, by the African Caribbean Society to speak on a panel along with some other fine black women. We discussed Black British female identity and the challenges we face today as a community. I was joined by Executive Director of Teach First, Ndidi Okezie; Simone Bresi-Ando, a female empowerment activist and social commentator and founder of I’mPossible; and Zita Holbourne – artist, poet, PCS trade union representative and a founding member of Black Activists Rising Against Cuts (BARAC).
Unfortunately on this occasion the event wasn’t filmed but here are two videos from the Queen Nzingha Black History Walks lecture series in the same spirit of conversation:
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