TRiBE’s Women of Colour in the Media

TRIBE event 2015

This May, the TRiBE’s Women of Colour in the Media Event

TRiBE’s Women of Colour in the Media is a great opportunity to continue the discussion surrounding the visibility of women of colour, particularly in the media.

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Join us for an evening of conversation lead by our panelists, a group of women of colour currently work in different forms of media with a multitude of experiences and opinions to express. And don’t worry, you’ll get a chance to make your voice heard too with an audience Q & A and a networking & nibbles session afterwards.

It’s set to be a night of conversation, laughter and passion which we’re hoping will lead to a whole lot of action.

We hope to see you there!

About the panelists:

Siana Bangura (@Sianaarrgh) – Editor of No Fly on the Wall, poet and journalist. Siana has worked for the likes of The Metro, Vogue and the Huffington Post. Opinionated is an understatement!

VV Brown (@VVBrown) – Singer, songwriter and record producer. VV Brown is one of the most creative artists in the UK. Not only is she a muscian and business owner (VV owns online vintage store VVVintage) but she is also an outspoken advocate of human and equal rights.

Baby Isako (@babyisako) – Screenwriter and creator of Sky Living’s new show ‘Venus vs Mars.’ Her stories are known for their unique themes, direct dialogue and richly detailed black characters.

Remel London (@Remel_London) – TV & Radio Presenter. Known for her love of UK music and entertainment she is the face and lead presenter of online platform Link Up TV, a voice over specialist on BBC Radio 1Xtra and one of the faces of SKY 1’s What’s Up.

Monique Needham (@ItsMissNeeks) – Film-maker, writer and creator of online hitHousemates. You think she’d be busy enough but Monique is also founder of GetNeeks a new age, new media entertainment production company all about telling stories simple or complex. Stories that are a true reflection of our lives.

Carlene Thomas-Bailey (@carlene_writer) – Editor at Hearst magazines. Carlene has worked for Company, Elle, Cosmopolitan and everything else in between. Also currently a contributor for The Guardian.

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