In the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, increased mortality rates experienced by black, Asian and ethnically diverse communities and the murder of George Floyd at the hands of the police, catalysing global protests against systemic and institutional racism and prejudice – how are our young people coping?
What structures and facilities are being implemented to ensure in the wake of universal crisis our young people will not be left behind?
The White Rose Foundation, founded by poet and activist Hussain Manawer, in partnership with The Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust and Yamin Choudury of the Hackney Empire are launching Compulsory Subjects; developed to provide free and accessible development opportunities, for the next generation of creative entrepreneurs and arts activists. Always working towards educational and curricular reform and empowering the next generation of arts and culture leaders.
Trinity Buoy Wharf is a centre for arts and cultural activities on the River Thames in London’s Docklands.