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

Join the Festival of Debate for the first of its new weekly shows on Thursday evenings.

The first show will be an in conversation with George Monbiot about the effect of the Covid-19 crisis on our society and the systemic change we need to be able to respond to it. George is a writer, journalist, political activist and outspoken environmentalist with a weekly column in The Guardian. Hosted by Jack Evans.

Watch on Facebook Live at 7pm or below.

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Imagination and Futurity

Researcher on Islamophobia, trauma and power Dr Maryam Jameela & internationally acclaimed poet-educator Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan discuss the importance of imagination and futurity in the context of literature and the politics of social transformation.

Creative Thinking & Problem Solving with Kisha Bradley

Join engineer, educator and Bright Box Makerspace founder Kisha Bradley for a workshop aimed at guiding you through developing creative ideas and initial designs.

It’s Not About the Burqa – Mariam Khan and Afshan D’Souza-Lodhi in Conversation with Kaltum Rivers

Thu. 15 October 2020

Muslim women speak frankly about the hijab, wavering faith, love, feminism, queer identity, a disapproving community and a racist country. With this new anthology's editor Mariam Khan, contributor Afshan D’Souza-Lodhi, and councillor Kaltum Rivers.

Black History in the Age of Black Lives Matter – David Olusoga in Conversation with Colin Grant

Thu. 29 October 2020

Historian-broadcaster David Olusoga on why Black history has been at the centre of the BLM movement – in a year that's seen statues pulled down, organisations confront connections to slavery/empire, and millions engage with anti-racism in new ways.