Norwich Pride Question Time
Saturday 31 July, 12-1pm
Streamed live on our homepage and our Facebook page.
We’ve a great line-up for our panel this year!
In over 50 years of fighting against intolerance and injustice Peter has brought about immense shifts in political and public opinion of LGBT+ people across the world, often using shocking tactics to get his message heard he has been inspirational to legions of human rights activists for decades. The documentary ‘Hating Peter Tatchell’, on NETFLIX is a fascinating review of his work.
Asifa Lahore is Britain’s first out Muslim drag queen, pushing the boundaries of what it means to be LGBT+ South Asian and Muslim.
Asifa came into the national spotlight in 2014 when she was censored by the Birmingham Central Mosque from discussing Islam and Homosexuality on BBC Free Speech. This caused uproar in the British press and allowed Lahore the rare opportunity to speak openly about the topic.
Lisa is an artist, author, and campaigner for disability rights. She is an active member of the Labour Party, Labour Representative Committee, and DPAC (Disabled People Against Cuts). She lives in Norwich UK. Her novel Transfixed is an uplifting story of personal struggle, of perseverance, and of redemption. Lisa’s aim in writing the book is to educate people who are not trans, what the life of this trans woman is.
Josh is Head of Comms for UK Black Pride and the host of the Busy Being Black Podcast. His podcast explores how to live in the fullness of queer Black lives. Josh is also a former editor of Gay Times.