Black British films are the focus of our new movie nights

Our Version Media and MAST Mayflower Studios have teamed up to bring Black British films to the big screen in Southampton. Our quarterly Black In Focus films nights, in partnership with KUSH Films and GI Media, launches on Saturday 18th June with a film called REAL - filmed right here in Hampshire, details below! Join us at MAST Mayflower Studios, 142-144 Above … Continue reading Black British films are the focus of our new movie nights

Our founder invited to speak at her former university

Our Version Media's founder, Veronica Gordon, has been invited back to her former university, the University of Southampton as part of its Speaker Series. She will be in conversation with the Social Impact Lab's, Dr Pathik Pathak, to discuss her journey as a social entrepreneur with students and guests. The event coincides with International Women’s … Continue reading Our founder invited to speak at her former university

Supporting local leaders’ mission to create a more inclusive city

Our Version Media has teamed up with national equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) consultancy, Inclucive, to bring a three-part EDI training programme to Southampton. This online programme will support senior leaders and EDI leads of community-facing organisations with embedding anti-racism, inclusion and allyship into their organisation’s foundations. Details: Training for Leaders: Anti-Racism, Unconscious Bias and … Continue reading Supporting local leaders’ mission to create a more inclusive city

MailOnline falsely claimed town is a ‘no-go area for white people’

MailOnline, the online edition of the Daily Mail, has been ordered to publish a correction over an article headlined: “British towns that are no-go areas for white people”. The article sparked numerous complaints when it was published. Following investigation, the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) ruled that the piece breached its Code which forbids the … Continue reading MailOnline falsely claimed town is a ‘no-go area for white people’