WHEN Black Lives Matter protest hero Patrick Hutchinson hauled a white man in danger of being trampled on to his shoulders at a demo in London last month, the image went viral.
And now Patrick will join The Sun’s Time For Change panel to discuss how to defeat discrimination and promote unity in Britain.
Black Lives Matter protest hero Patrick Hutchinson will join The Sun’s Time For Change panel for a discussion on race and inequality[/caption]
Patrick hauled a white man in danger of being trampled on to his shoulders at a demo in London last month[/caption]
Issues of race and equality have dominated the national conversation in recent weeks and we want YOU to join the discussion.
Personal trainer Patrick, 49, said: “The frustrations of young people and the impoverished are spilling over.
“How much longer do we wait to address this? I welcome the invitation.”
Our panel includes boxing champ Anthony Joshua and schools reformer Katharine Birbalsingh.
TalkSPORT’S Hugh Woozencroft will host the discussion and put your questions to the panel.
Anthony said yesterday: “This is a great opportunity to listen and discuss the future, especially for young people in Britain, and help bring about lasting change.”
Our Time For Change panel includes boxing champ Anthony Joshua[/caption]
Panellist and education reformer Katherine Birbalsingh says talking about these issues is ‘how we can make the world a better place’[/caption]
TalkSPORT’S Hugh Woozencroft will host the discussion and put your questions to the panel[/caption]
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Head teacher Katharine said: “I am really excited to be part of this discussion.
“Talking about these issues is how we develop our thinking and how we can make the world a better place, which is what teaching is all about.
“I am looking forward to hearing questions from Sun readers.”
- To have your say, visit thesun.co.uk/timeforchange and send us your questions by Thursday. The debate will be broadcast on talkSport, talkRadio and all of the Sun’s platforms.
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