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Sharing Your Voice: Free Panel Talk with Jamie Windust & Africa Brooke
This International Women’s Week (4-10 March 2019) Jemimasara will be working with ethical perfumer: Miller Harris to bring you her new collection and an exciting pop up event in Seven Dials, 14 Monmouth Street.
The pop-up will be addressing body positivity, gender equality, finding work-life balance and day to day challenges women face and much more.
To celebrate International Womens Week JEMIMASARA has invited two guest speakers for a special panel talk & Q&A : Jamie Windust and Africa Brooke on the 6th of March 2019.
Tickets are free & any donations will be going to Breast Cancer.
Jamie Windust is an award-winning LGBTQ+ Editor In Chief of FRUITCAKE Magazine, freelance writer, speaker and model. Their work focuses around their activism as a non-binary person navigating the world. They have written for publications such as Gay Times, The Independent, DAZED, Metro UK, Cosmopolitan and many others about LGBTQ+ life. They’ve also spoken at events such as the LUSH Global Showcase, Tommy Hilfigers GRL PWR Gang Talk and is currently on a self organised UK wide speaking tour for LGBTQ+ History Month. As well as winning the Communications award at Graduate Fashion Week, they’ve been nominated by the Gay Times at their honours ceremony as a Future Fighter, and were named by the Evening Standard as one of Londons most influential people.
Africa Brooke is a writer, speaker, mindset coach, and sobriety advocate – Africa describes herself as a woman on a mission to encourage us to go beyond surface level when it comes to personal growth, self-development, and ALL things pleasure.
She is also the Founder of The Cherry Revolution, an Award nominated sexual-wellness company that aims to break societal norms surrounding women, identity and sexuality by making shameless pleasure a priority. Death To Faking It is the House mantra and campaign Africa created as a guide towards self-acceptance and connected (sexual and non-sexual) exploration. It is a limitless declaration that can be translated in ways that go beyond sex.
Cherry Revolution’s mission is to remove shame from important conversations, to build a community that spans the entire globe, to raise awareness and promote radical sex-education and sexual health in all places of learning, to continue facilitating accessible workshops and panel discussions all over the UK, to provide courses in sexual, physical, and spiritual well-being, and to create inclusive spaces for all identities to freely express themselves without judgement.
Africa’s work and personal journey has been featured in The Independent, The Temper, The iPaper, Metro, Elephant Journal, gal-dem, and she has appeared as a guest on ITV, BBC Voice, BBC Asian Network Radio, and BBC Radio 1 ‘Life Hacks’ podcast.
Sharing Your Voice: Free Panel Talk with Jamie Windust & Africa Brooke will be held at Miller Harris on Wednesday 6th March 2019.
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