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Challenging Stereotypes – Black History Month

todayOctober 6, 2018 8

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Big Breakfast

On Big Breakfast, we took a hard look at some of the negativity and interesting stereotypes that seem to follow our black youth! In our wonderful multi-cultural country, it is important that we all do our best to understand one another, and love each other, so that we can live as Jesus taught us to. As Black History Month kicks off, we challenge our perceptions and perhaps realities, as Craig Wakeling was joined on by our regular contributor, Paul Anderson-Walsh, former CEO of The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, and Data Scientist and Youth Leader at IGC, Tajhame Francis.

Written by: Miriam Emenike

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