Perfect Soundtrack to Your Bank Holiday Monday here on Ujima Radio!

Tomorrow on Ujima Radio we have a stellar line up of shows!

Kicking off at 10am with the Afrikan Queens series inspired by & featuring Razana Afrika‘s Christelle Pelleceur, Shawn Sobers & Marie-Annick Gournet. Afrikan Queens is a 10 part series celebrating our ancestors and Queens and Sheroes that all too often have been forgotten or left out of the history books. In this series we aim to uncover, discover and share the true history of these amazing women through the lens of our modern sheroes and community leaders. Including Councillor Asher Craig, Cleo Alberta Lake, Jendayi Serwah, Ruth Pitter, Yoma Smith, Cheryl Morgan, Antonette Clarke & Vanessa Melody Smith.
Then at 12.30pm check out the The Stories of Resistance. A series of Podcasts that capture the lived experiences of communities from across the city. One episode looks at the role of Disability Activism in Climate Activism another tells the story of how one moment’s decision led to a thriving Boxing community. At 12.45pm its’s Cargo Queen featuring Leah Dehan by Gary Thompson from Cables&Cameras. 1pm – Literary Activism by Sharon Angela following by The Lack of Equality in the Music Business by Roisin Wootton aka DJ Saro. At 2pm it’s Empire Fighting Chance by Charlie West. 3pm My Year as an Activist by Olivia Sweeney. 3.30pm Positivity Disability Activism by Jacqueline Braithwaite.
At 4pm its another chance to hear the superb show by award winning creatives Stacey Olika & Euella Jackson.

Make sure you keep it locked in to Ujima Radio all day tomorrow for the perfect Bank Holiday Soundtrack!


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Miranda Rae

Miranda Rae is a Producer and Presenter with over 25 years experience of working in radio and music industries including her own weekly show on BBC Radio 5 for which she won a Sony Award and many years on the infamous Galaxy Radio where Miranda played a pivotal role in the UK’s music scene. Miranda assists in overseeing, and helps to curate over 50 programmes a week. The role is multi-faceted and includes training, broadcasting, producing, programming, supporting emerging talent, social media, PR & publicity, event management and stage management, employing many technical skills including editing and using many different software as a user and a programmer.