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Youth Violence and Music: Gang Crime?

Date
Mon 23.09.19
Timings
3pm – 4:30pm

Can music really make you kill someone? Set amongst drill artists’ own responses to the heavy-handed criminalisation of their music, this panel looks at the causes behind youth violence as understood by those who have lived it, and questions the current state response, from stop and search to the imprisonment of musicians. What would it take for our young people to live in peace, and how can TWT attendees be part of building that change?

Speakers

Becka Hudson is a researcher and campaigner on criminalisation and anti-fascism.

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Diane Abbott MP is Shadow Home Secretary and MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington.

Drillminister is a drill artist focused on satirical and political music and social commentary.

Shanea Oldham is a youth activist from London

Zahra Bei is a former PRU Teacher and Co-founder of No More Exclusions, a grassroots coalition movement focused on racial disparities in school exclusion, working for quality inclusive education for all.

Temi Mwale is Founder and Director of 4Front Project. 4Front Project is a project that puts young people at the forefront of change around serious youth violence - focused on building community peace whilst understanding the systemic causes of violence. Founded by Temi Mwale, as featured in Elle Magazine’s ‘Stormzy and Friends’.

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Crime and policing
Art and Culture
Anti-racism

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