YOUR CITY. YOUR VOICE.How can we make racial segregation a thing of the past in Bristol?
How can we make racial segregation a thing of the past in Bristol?
In January 2017, the Runnymede Trust published a report stating that Bristol was the most segregated core city in the UK. In the same year, The Sunday Times celebrated it as the best place to live in the UK.
What do you think about your city?
Bristol Old Vic, Bristol Post and Ujima Radio invite you to take part in a city-wide conversation, the first of four City Conversations this year – for all ages, backgrounds and views to share perspectives, voice opinions and listen to others' experiences, hosted by an impartial chair.
We are a brilliantly diverse city, but our issues – historic and of today – are complex. It is time to talk, to listen, and to move forward in an open and positive way. Join the conversation.
The City Conversation will be BSL interpreted.
Generously supported by City Academy Bristol.
Students from City Academy, the first venue to host a City Conversation, were asked: Do people get a fair chance in Bristol?
- Venue: City Academy School, Bristol, BS5 9JH