First Waves


Naz Legacy Foundation organised for sixty six young people to visit the First Waves exhibition with the artist, Scarlett Crawford. The exhibition celebrated fifty years since the first Race Relations Act was introduced in UK Parliament.

The young people then took part in a Q&A session with Nusrat Ghani MP (Minister for Transport) , Dawn Butler MP (Shadow Minister for Equality and Women) and Jo Swinson MP (Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats). The young people ended the day with a visit to the public gallery to witness democracy in action in the House of Commons and a visit to 10 Downing Street.

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