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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

With the current Covid-19 pandemic disproportionately affecting black and ethnic minority lives, join former Sheffield Lord Mayor and MEP Magid Magid, NHS doctor and campaigner Dr Sonia Adesara, NHS worker and BAFTA winner Hassan Akkad to explore the relationship between government policy, healthcare and institutionalised discrimination within today's society.

In partnership with Stand up to Racism.

Register in advance – this event on 19 June will include a Q&A, which is only available to those attending via Zoom.

Or stream without interaction below.

Free – donations welcome.

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