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Mixing It Up with Nicole Ocran and Emma Slade Edmondson

Mixing It Up with Nicole Ocran and Emma Slade Edmondson

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Nicole Ocran and Emma Slade Edmondson are the duo behind Mixed Up, the award-winning podcast exploring the mixed-race experience both in the UK and internationally. Join them at the launch of their new book, The Half Of It. The world and its politics are becoming ever more polarised, leaving little room for nuance. In The Half of It, Emma and Nicole explore race and identity through the lens of the mixed race experience, creating a space for an illuminating discussion.

Wednesday 19th June |  6.30pm - 8.30pm
Afrori Books, North Road, Brighton BN1 1YD

Nicole Ocran is an American writer, broadcaster and fashion influencer who has been sharing her personal style and life online for over a decade. She’s the co-founder of The Creator Union, a union campaigning for fair pay for digital creatives and influencers. She lives in London.

Emma Slade Edmondson is a sustainability consultant, writer, podcaster, TEDx speaker and presenter. A change maker and leader in the sustainable fashion and retail space for over 10 years - she founded ESE Consultancy, a creative strategic marketing agency working to elevate brands, initiatives and organizations that are committed to a more sustainable future.

Mixed Up is podcast that dives deep into race and identity from the mixed perspective. Guests have included Mel B, David Oyelowo, Anton Ferdinand, Candice Brathwaite, Travis Alabanza, Lianne La Haves and Ben Bailey Smith, to name a few.

Bud Johnston is a self-starter & visionary leader. Bud lives & breathes the importance of culture and believes organisations can be powerful forces for positive change. Through grassroots community organisations he has been creating positive spaces for marginalised communities.  He is the founder of Boxless and also of Black Anti-Racism Community Organisation C.I.C, the co-Founder of Men of Melanin and an Inclusivity Board Member at Soho House.

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