Sathnam Sanghera: People of colour in the media

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Join us for an exclusive live session

At Roxhill, we team up with some of the finest journalists in the U.K. to bring you exclusive insight and to help you to build on your existing media knowledge. On Wednesday 27th March, British journalist, presenter and best-selling author, Sathnam Sanghera, is participating in a discussion about people of colour working in the media and how they are represented. The lack of diversity in our industry has profound and sometimes unexpected consequences for how people of colour are portrayed by the media. Our host Arthi Nachiappan, Technology Correspondent, Sky News will be quizzing Sathnam about his views on this and how he thinks PRs can help to unearth and promote stories that will diversify the narratives coming from the British press. 

It’s going to be a fascinating evening, and relevant for anyone who works in media or comms, regardless of background. 

Join us at 6pm for a welcome drink before the session. From 7:30pm there will be networking drinks and the chance for you to get a signed copy of Sathnam’s new book Empireworld. 

Book your ticket

Join us Wednesday 27th March from 6:00pm with the session starting at 6:30pm. Seats are £15, book now if you want to join us.

This session will be taking place at Hogan Lovells, Atlantic House, Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2FG.

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