29th July 2020
Location

Online Seminar via Zoom

Online Seminar via Zoom

Black Lives Matter: Can a leaderless movement be a force for change? Misinformation, distraction and fear tactics.

Wednesday 29 July 2020 | 12:30 - 2pm

This is the first in a series of virtual events.   

Panellists including Althea Brown and Dr Tunde Okewale of Doughty Street Chambers, and David Lammy MP, discuss tried and tested methods grassroots organisations can use to build lasting, positive change, and the hurdles they should expect along the way. The session is open to all, and will include guests from grassroot organisations - including Bridging the Bar, Graveney Stories of Racism and Urban Synergy - to discuss this topic, and offer insights on how recommendations are formed, and the process required to secure implementation.

To watch the full recording on this webinar, click here.

Click here to access the panellists biographies brochure.

Details of the other events in this series will be shared soon. The ideas and recommendations generated over the course of the series will be distilled into a short report that will be made widely available, as a contribution to discussions and initiatives taking place at the national and local level addressing causes and solutions to systemic racial inequality.

We hope to see you there.