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We look at one of society’s most important current debates. In the last months both at home and abroad we have seen more clearly than ever that black people are still fighting for the right to be judged by the content of their character and not the colour of their skin.
In This is Why I Resist, activist and political commentator Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu digs down into the deep roots of racism in the UK and the US. Against the background of the Black Lives Matter campaign and using real life examples from the modern day, Dr Shola shows us the different forms racism takes in our day-to-day lives and asks profound and difficult questions.
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu is a political and women’s rights activist, qualified New York Attorney and Solicitor of England & Wales. She is the founder of the Women in Leadership Publication. She is a public speaker and political commentator in mainstream and online media, routinely making appearances on Sky News, This Morning, Good Morning Britain and CNN. This is Why I Resist is her first book.
Maliha Abidi is an artist and feminist who has worked with renowned platforms, including UN Women and Peace Corporation. Her new book, Rise: Extraordinary Women of Colour Who Changed the World, is published this month. www.saqibooks.com
On booking an online ticket via the Petworth Festival’s third-party booking site Ticketsolve (https://petworthfestival.ticketsolve.com/shows), you will be sent a link in your confirmation email which will take you to the online event. Events may either be watched ‘live’, as they happen, or from 24 hours after the event time in the brochure. Please note, it is not possible to pause or rewind events being watched live. Tickets are valid for one viewing only, either of the live streamed event or the recording. Events will be available to view online via the website until midnight on Sunday 28 November. Online viewing tickets may be purchased until this date.
**FESTIVAL ONLINE PASS
All online events £45. The full Festival Online Pass is like a season ticket and can only be used by the holder. The full Festival Pass holder will receive a link which will take them to a page where they can view each individual online event once (either ‘live’ or recorded).
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu (photo: Alexis Chabala)