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'Something to Say' is a book featuring positive stories from Manchester-based black voices aged 13-21.

“It is an opportunity to truly listen about who we are and hear about our lives. Things are changing. Power is shifting. If they (referencing politicians/people in power in this context) want to be part of that change, then they need to hear our voices and what we have to say.” – Something to Say

To promote their book, Something To Say, co-authors Alex and Ade sit down for a Q&A hosted by Reece Williams to talk about their experiences and what inspired them to write the book as part of their project with The Agency. You’ll also hear extracts from the book, watch live performances and there will be a section where the authors will answer questions from the public.

About The Agency

The Agency is a youth enterprise project that works with young people from marginalised areas. They create social enterprises, events, projects and businesses that will have a positive impact on their local communities. It uses a creative methodology developed in the Favelas of Rio De Janeiro.

Content Warning

Conversations may include mentions of discrimination, racism and may include explicit language.

Agents Ade and Alex, for their book launch 'Something to Say'

Agents Ade and Alex

 

Something To Say, front cover designed by Benjacdesign

  • Price
    Free (Booking Needed)
  • Venue

    Online via Zoom

  • Running
    Approximately one hour
  • Booking info

    You will receive a link to take part in the show and to watch the videos via email. Please check your inboxes, including junk/spam email, for this.

  • Genre
Date Time & Place
Friday 19 March 7:00pm
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