Slay in Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible – Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené with Gemma Cairney

Thursday 19th July 2018
19:00 at Waterstones, London - Tottenham Court Road

"Black women in 2018 are well past making waves – we’re currently creating something of a tsumani”

Join Yomi Adegoke, journalist and senior writer at The Pool and writer and brand marketer Elizabeth Uviebinené for an inspirational evening as they discuss their new guide to life for a generation of British black women: Slay in Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible.

From education, to work, to dating, to representation, money and health, Slay in Your Lane explores the uniquely challenging experiences black British women face every day, and offers advice and encouragement on how to navigate them. Yomi and Elizabeth combine their own experiences with interviews with some of the UK’s most successful black women, including BAFTA award-winning director Amma Asante, bestselling author journalist and broadcaster Afua Hirsch, Dawn Butler MP and VOGUE Publishing Director Vanessa Kingori.

Yomi and Elizabeth will be in conversation with broadcaster, author, columnist and Slay in Your Lane contributor Gemma Cairney. Don’t miss this brilliant opportunity to celebrate the strides Black women have already made, and to learn how you can do the same to forge a better, visible future.

Tickets are £5 and can be redeemed against a copy of Slay in Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible
London - Tottenham Court Road Waterstones, London - Tottenham Court Road
Thursday 19th July 2018

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