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Mixed Rage Collective and Everyday Racism - Talk and Q&A | FREE

Join artists from Mixed Rage Collective as they talk with founders of Everyday Racism, Naomi and Natalie Evans. 

Naomi and Natalie Evans are writers, educators and speakers based in the UK. They run an educational Instagram account called Everyday Racism.

Everyday Racism is an organisation that seeks to educate and provide resources on being actively anti-racist. It started as an online platform after a video of Natalie Evans confronting two men racially abusing a ticket inspector went viral on Twitter, and when Natalie and Naomi decided to set up the platform it was with the intention of sharing stories from Black and Brown people to highlight their everyday experiences of racism in the UK. This quickly evolved into creating educational posts about language and anti-racist terminology, and as the platform grew and posts were more widely shared, we decided to start designing our own educational resources and artwork all based around how to be actively anti-racist.

The organisation now runs a series of workshops, a book club focusing on work by Black and Brown authors, training courses and provides resources including templates for MP and discrimination complaint letters.

Naomi and Natalie have just finished writing their first non-fiction book “The Mixed-Race Experience” which is published by Penguin and out now. 

This event it open to all ages. Under 18s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

Book signing - The Mixed Race Experience 

As part of this event, we will also be hosting a book signing, where you will have the opportunity to get your own copy signed by Naomi and Natalie Evans. 

Copies of the book can be purchased at MAC after the talk and Q&A. 
£14.99 - cash payments only.