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Speak Your Mind podcast

And the best Nandos in London is ….ft. Remi Burgz

Playing Thursdays at 2pm, and on rotataion all week

A fun filled and honest conversation produced by a group of teens, featuring your local energy provider – DJ and Presenter Remi Burgz - where we delve into our favourite songs right now, school, growing up in London, following your dreams and more.

This podcast was recorded as part of Black History Month, organized by Adanna Women’s Support Group for their annual holiday club for young people. The club aims to build the confidence of each child to be able to develop life skills and carry out life tasks on their own.

Adanna Women’s Support Group is a grassroots community group which was established in 2008. They aim to alleviate poverty in women and children through education, business enterprise and support for the benefit of mainly (but not exclusively) BAME women, women from immigrant communities and young parents living within the East London area of barking and Dagenham, Redbridge, Newham and Walthamstow. They also provide an educational summer school for the children and financial education for disadvantaged communities to enable them to alleviate poverty and participate more in society.

Recorded and edited by Sebastian Caliste

Photograph of the Becontree Estate in East London.