Reading Race: Beyond Talking and Writing Workshop
1st April - 31st May 2022
Date tbc: April/May 2022
This interactive, in-person workshop is designed to help attendees write or communicate about race in the most effective ways, incorporating what resources are out there to support direct anti-racist intervention, best practice in the workplace, in social settings and in public.
The event will include films and workshop tasks and will highlight the work of Microsoft chief digital officer Jacky Wright who has been named the United Kingdom's most influential Black person and topped the Powerlist 2022 ranking from Powerful Media, Independent columnist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, columnist Sathnam Sanghera, Mirror football writer Darren Lewis, Sky News correspondent Ashish Joshi and former BBC sports editor Mihir Bose.
Equal rights activists Nkechi Allen-Dawson and Jackie Anyango will lead the session, which is suitable for literary writers, people who work in comms/companies who want to communicate with employees and customers, journalists and members of the public.
Numbers are limited. Tickets will be released shortly.