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A City Seen/ Dangerous Associations + panel discussion

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, HOME is temporarily closed and this event will no longer be taking place.

We do not know yet how long this closure will last, but this will be at least until the end of March 2020. We will attempt to reschedule as many events as possible and if this is not possible, we will be contacting ticketholders to refund cancelled shows.

More information can be found here.

This screening will be followed by a panel discussion with a representative from each of the grassroots campaign groups:

  • National JENGbA campaign
  • Local NGBA campaign
  • Roxy Legane from Northern Police Monitoring Group/Kids of Colour

Film details

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, HOME is temporarily closed and this event will no longer be taking place.

We do not know yet how long this closure will last, but this will be at least until the end of March 2020. We will attempt to reschedule as many events as possible and if this is not possible, we will be contacting ticketholders to refund cancelled shows.

More information can be found here.

Joint Enterprise – is racialised, outdated and effectively targeting groups of youths in our city. It’s a Victorian law that has re-emerged in England and Wales enabling the conviction by association of multiple individuals for one offence. For tonight’s A City Seen we are showcasing a film highlighting the issues young people and families are facing because of this law. Working with MMU, Sites of Resistance , we welcome you into the conversation. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with Roxy Legane from Northern Police Monitoring Group/Kids of Colour and representatives from different grassroots campaign groups including national JENGbA campaign and local NGBA campaign.

The screening will be followed by an event in the cafebar including live performances and vox-popping. Come and join in the conversation and get involved with the campaign.

Event/ There will be a post-event performance in the cafe bar.

Read more about the project in this article by Becky Clarke on our digital channel.