Rashid Nix, national Green Party Equalities Spokesperson (People of Colour) will be hosting a dinner to discuss racial diversity in the Green Party.
Rashid has worked as a Mentor Coordinator at Westminster Race Equality Council where he designed programmes targeting under achievement in Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) students. He also served on Westminster's diversity team advising members of the Metropolitan Police on effective engagement with London's ethnic communities. As a film director, Rashid is known for his 2010 film, Why Don't Black People Vote?, which explores political apathy in modern London.
The event open to all and is free - you just pay for whatever you eat and drink! It's 7pm for a 7.30pm start on Thursday 8th December at Maria's Kitchen, 27 Streatham High Road, SW16 1DT.
27 Streatham High Rd
London SW16 1DT
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