‘We Will Be Heard’ – UK Black Pride 2021 Survey

Lady Phyll introduces the report’s findings:

I know firsthand the racism and discrimination faced by LGBTQI+ Black people and people of colour in the UK. 16 years ago, UK Black Pride was founded to create a much-needed space for our communities to escape and to breathe, to celebrate who we are, where we come from and the cultures we represent and love. UK Black Pride is not the only space, and none of the brilliant spaces created for us and by us are a fix-all for larger, structural and societal wrongs that continue to blight the lives of LGBTQI+ Black people and people of colour. As much as we’d like to live in a world that celebrates and loves us, too, we don’t – and I am absolutely heartbroken to read how LGBTQI+ Black people and people of colour are treated.

We continue to be concerned at the erasure of and disregard for the lived experiences of LGBTQI+ Black people and people of colour.

Read the full article on the UK Black Pride Website

Read the full report:

We Will Be Heard


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