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Ujima celebrates Wetlands…

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017 in Events, HP Slider, most recent, News | 0 comments

Earlier this month, as part of celebrating World Wetlands Day, the UK’s best community radio station, Ujima 98fm, teamed up with the WWT and the Slimbridge Wetlands center to help develop better ways to engage with and encourage diverse audiences to engage with nature.

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Code of the Streets 13th Anniversary, Sat 15th Apr

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017 in Events, HP Slider, most recent, News | 0 comments

@ Basement 45 – 8 Frogmore St Bristol BS1 5NA. Doors 10pm – 5am tickets £8:50 more on the door. Early Bird tickets available until 25th Feb price only £6:50.

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Funding Boost to climate change approach

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017 in Events, HP Slider, most recent, News | 0 comments

Bristol should adopt a more inclusive approach to tackling the uncertainty of climate change following publication of a key report by the University of Bristol Cabot Institute and announcement of continued funding for the city’s Green & Black Ambassadors programme.

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Ujima’s Love Season

Posted by on Feb 14, 2017 in Events, HP Slider, most recent, News | 0 comments

As part of Ujima’s Love Season, the UK’s best community radio station has teamed up with Bristol Energy and the city’s poet laureate Miles Chambers, to celebrate the city in the month of love.

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Simon Nelson speaks about Bayard Rustin @ M Shed 18th Feb

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Events, most recent, News | 0 comments

Simon Nelson (Bristol City Council Equalities Team) is speaking about Bayard Rustin, a Black civil right activist who was a close associate of Martin Luther King, organiser of the 1963 March on Washington and an advocate for LGBT rights.

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Bristol’s Big Conversation Rosa Hui joins Ujima As part of Chinese New Year celebrations

Posted by on Feb 8, 2017 in most recent, News | 0 comments

We are delighted to announce joining Roger Griffith (AKA The G-Man) is one of Bristol’s leading civil rights campaigners Rosa Hui.

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