“What does it mean to grow up in modern day Britain as a person from an ethnic minority?”

Reed Smith in collaboration with the Media Society welcome Afua Hirsch and June Sarpong MBE to discuss what it means to grow up in Britain as a person of colour.

Intervenants: Michael Skrein

Type d’évènement: Diversité & Inclusion, Conférence

Reed Smith's London office, 20 Primrose Street, London EC2A 2RS
Date/heure de début
12 February 2018, 6:00 PM GMT
Date/heure de fin
12 February 2018, 9:00 PM GMT

Afua is a lawyer, columnist and former Social Affairs editor of Sky News. She is the author of 'Brit(ish) On Race, Identity and Belonging', a new book that explores everyday racism that plagues British society and a very British crisis of identity. The book will be published in February and will be available for sale on the night. 

June is a British television presenter, broadcaster and former panellist on ITV’s Loose Women. She is also currently a panel participant on Sky News’ The Pledge an unmoderated no-nonsense, straight-talking debate show.