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Anthems

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“Anthems” is a collection of original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems, and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional people, that celebrate and contemplate what it means to be human.


Our beauty, our failures, our rich heritage, our rage, and our power. Proving that there is more that binds us together than sets us apart.


These Are Our Anthems.


#AnthemsPride #AnthemsHome #AnthemsWomen #AnthemsBlack
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Alim Kheraj | EUPHORIA

Alim Kheraj | EUPHORIA

2021-06-2906:42

Alim Kheraj is a freelance writer and editor from London, whose work has focused on the intersection of queerness and popular culture. His writing has appeared in The Guardian, GQ, the i, The Observer, i-D, Vice, Gay Times, and Time Out. His first book, Queer London, is a guide to LGBTQ+ London past and present is available now. His word of the day is EUPHORIA. CONNECT WITH ALIM: I: @alimkheraj T: @alimkheraj #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created, sound designed and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. The artwork is by Mars West.
Ella Otomewo is a poet, performer, and educator who found her voice in the spoken word community; but now writes for both the page and the stage. Some 2021 credits include: Contact Theatre, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, Art with Heart, Coalesce Dance Theatre, and Festival of Libraries (Manchester City of Literature). Her word of the day is STILLNESS. CONNECT WITH ELLA: I: @ella.otomewo T: @EllaOtomewo #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Bea Duncan. The artwork is by Mars West.
Benjamin Yellowitz is a Musician, Producer and Sound Designer who works with Broccoli Productions. During his 10 years in music and audio, Benjamin has attempted to normalise his pansexuality from both the stage and behind the scenes. As a multi-instrumentalist he specialises in merging organic sounds with electronic production. His word of the day is ADRENALINE. CONNECT WITH BENJAMIN: I: @benjaminyellowitz T: @benyellowitz #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created, sound designed and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. The artwork is by Mars West.
Joanie Evans is the Co-President of the Federation of Gay Games. Originally from Birmingham, Joanie moved to London in the late 1980s, joining Hackney Women’s Football Club - the first out LGBTQ+ team in Europe. In 2019, Joanie was nominated for Outstanding Contribution to LGBT+ Life at the British LGBT Awards and won an Administration Award from the Football Black List. Her word of the day is PARTICIPATION. CONNECT WITH JOANIE: I: @joanreggae T: @EvansJoanie #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created, sound designed and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. The artwork is by Mars West.
Roshaante is an Intersex activist, model and Youtuber. He has been featured in the likes of Vice, Pink News, Dazed, AZ Magazine and Channel 4. His word of the day is SOUL. CONNECT WITH ROSHAANTE: I: @roshaante #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created, sound designed and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. The artwork is by Mars West.
Queer House Party is an award-winning virtual LGBTIQ+ party showcasing performers and DJs from in an accessible online community space.. After DJing and throwing parties across the UK, housemates, activists, and community organisers Harry Gay, Wacha and Passer came together on the first Friday of lockdown to throw an online party to give Queers across the globe a sense of release and community whilst in isolation. With politics and activism central to their parties, the space is not only accessible for the whole LGBTIQ+ community but campaigns for a wide range of issues. Queer House Party’s word of the day is GRASSROOTS. CONNECT WITH QUEER HOUSE PARTY: I: @queerhouseparty T: @queerpartyhouse #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created, sound designed and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. The artwork is by Mars West.
Denai Moore | TRYING

Denai Moore | TRYING

2021-06-2305:46

Denai Moore is a genre-bending artist and Chef, who has carved her own lane in the UK music industry for several years. Her piercing soul vocal first commanded attention on SBTRKT's 2014 album Wonder Where We Land when she was just 21, and since then, the British-Jamaican artist has made waves with her solo releases. As a chef she started Dee's Table in 2017 as a way of connecting her nostalgia of Jamaican flavours, with the modern and expansive cuisine that she draws her inspiration from. Her word of the day is TRYING. CONNECT WITH DENAI: I: @DenaiMoore T:@DenaiMoore #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Bea Duncan. The artwork is by Mars West.
Lex Shu Chan | BEAUTY

Lex Shu Chan | BEAUTY

2021-06-2207:27

Lex Shu Chan is a lawyer in the fashion publishing industry, a diversity and inclusion leader and writer. They are also co-founder of Sachiko & Shu, and have recently released their first charity cookbook "Recipes Against Racism" in collaboration with London restaurants to fundraise for not-for-profits in support of the UK's East and South East Asian (ESEA) communities. Their word of the day is BEAUTY. CONNECT WITH LEX: I: @lexshuchan #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Bea Duncan. The artwork is by Mars West.
Ryan K. Russell is a professional football player in the NFL, a published poet, essayist, and artist. In August of 2019, Russell made history by becoming the first out active NFL player to identify as bisexual. A decorated defensive end, he has played for the Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His word of the day is LIMINAL. CONNECT WITH RYAN: I: @rkrelentless T: @RKRelentless #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Bea Duncan. The artwork is by Mars West.
Radam Ridwan | SPACE

Radam Ridwan | SPACE

2021-06-2007:56

Radam Ridwan is a queer non-binary multi-disciplinary artist from Indonesian origins. Radam's work centers on QTIPOC empowerment and has been published internationally with features in VICE, Vogue Italia, Gal-dem, Gay Times, and King Kong Magazine. Their word of the day is SPACE. CONNECT WITH RADAM: I: @radamridwan T: @radamridwan #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Bea Duncan. The artwork is by Mars West.
Daniel Walker is an engineer, YouTuber, and asexual activist. He has a YouTube channel - Slice of Ace - and volunteers with the Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN), Daniel works to educate others about asexuality the lesser known facet of the LGBT+ community. His word of the day is INVISIBLE. CONNECT WITH DANIEL: T: @SliceOfAce #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Ben Williams. The artwork is by Mars West.
Tori Tsui | NUANCE

Tori Tsui | NUANCE

2021-06-1805:32

Tori Tsui is a climate justice activist and mental health advocate. Tori is also a co-founder of the initiative, Bad Activist Collective, in which she started with her two friends, discussing how to navigate the pressures of perfect activism in an imperfect world. Her word of the day is NUANCE. CONNECT WITH TORI: I: @toritsui_ T: @toritsui #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Ben Williams. The artwork is by Mars West.
Oz Ismail | IDENTITY

Oz Ismail | IDENTITY

2021-06-1709:33

Oz Ismail is a neuroscientist studying dementia. He is an advocate for improving diversity and addressing racial inequality, and co-founded the Minorities in STEM network. He is also passionate about raising LGBTQ+ voices both within science and ethnic minority groups. Oz co-hosts science podcast "Why Aren't You A Doctor Yet?" which tells compelling and diverse stories, combining science and tech with popular culture and comedy. His word of the day is IDENTITY. CONNECT WITH OZ: I: @ozy_ismail T: @ozy_ismail #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Ben Williams. The artwork is by Mars West.
Nadine Artois is a cultural consultant and multi-disciplinary artist who has been working at the intersection of nightlife and intentional spaces since 2014 with a focus on carving space for marginalised voices within music, art and festivals. They co-founded Pxssy Palace in 2015, a collective that creates spaces which prioritise womxn, trans and non binary people of colour. Nadine was named one of the Top 1000 Londoner Influencers in The Standard’s 2019 Power Progress List. Within Pxssy Palace they curated events for Glastonbury, Boiler Room, Lovebox and The V&A , as well as working with brands like Nike and Vogue. Their word of the day is RESPONSIBILITY.  CW: This episode contains discussion of suicide. CONNECT WITH NADINE: I: @nadineartois #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Ben Williams. The artwork is by Mars West. Resources: Mind Promotes the views and needs of people with mental health problems. Phone: 0300 123 3393 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm) Website: www.mind.org.uk Samaritans Confidential support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair. Phone: 116 123 (free 24-hour helpline) Website: www.samaritans.org.uk
Le Fil | SCULPTURE

Le Fil | SCULPTURE

2021-06-1510:411

Le Fil is a Huddersfield-born, British-Chinese multidisciplinary pop singer-songwriter and artist. As part of genderqueer collective Sink The Pink, he has performed around the world, including touring with Spice Girl Melanie C. Le Fil spreads his androgynous vision through collaborations with many global brands such as Toyota and Smirnoff, and has written articles for The Guardian, Attitude Magazine and Wallpaper*. His word of the day is SCULPTURE. CONNECT WITH LE FIL: I: @iamlefil T: @iamLeFil #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Ben Williams. The artwork is by Mars West.
Rory Boyle is podcast host, radio presenter and Production Assistant at Broccoli Productions. He currently hosts and produces Queer Ear, which highlights issues that don’t get enough mainstream attention and Lights, Camera, Melodrama!, which chronicles the highs and lows of The X Factor. He has hosted live events at the Royal Albert Hall and Roundhouse. His word of the day is POSITIVITY. CW: This episode contains discussion of homophobia and hate crime. CONNECT WITH RORY: I: @mrroryboyle T: @MrRoryBoyle #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. This episode was sound designed by Bea Duncan. The artwork is by Mars West. Resources:  Galop Hate crime, domestic abuse and sexual violence support service for LGBT+ people Helpline: 0800 999 5428 (Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm / Wednesday & Thursday, 10am-8pm) Website: http://www.galop.org.uk Victim Support Independent charity offering support for people affected by crime or traumatic events. Phone: 0808 1689 111 (24/7) Website: https://www.victimsupport.org.uk (24/7 live chat)
Jason Kwan | POTENTIAL

Jason Kwan | POTENTIAL

2021-06-1308:03

Jason Kwan is a dark-pop singer songwriter. Through his music, he champions queer-Asian narratives and tells vulnerable stories through broody glam rock ballads. Named 'Asian on the rise' by Attitude Magazine, Jason's theatrical performance style and music has been taking over the London music scene. Alongside his music, Jason also works at akt, a charity supporting LGBTQ+ young people who are experiencing homelessness in the UK. His word of the day is POTENTIAL. CW: This episode contains discussion of suicide, homophobia and racism. CONNECT WITH JASON: I: @jasonkwanmusic T: @JasonKwanMusic #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created, sound designed and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. The artwork is by Mars West. Resources: Samaritans Confidential support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair. Phone: 116 123 (free 24-hour helpline) Website: www.samaritans.org.uk Victim Support Independent charity offering support for people affected by crime or traumatic events. Phone: 0808 1689 111 (24/7) Website: https://www.victimsupport.org.uk (24/7 live chat) Stand against racism & inequality Support for victims of any type of hate crime Phone: 0800 171 2272 (Reporting line) Website: https://www.sariweb.org.uk/help-support/online-reporting-form/ LGBT Foundation Helpline run by LGBT health charity. Phone: 0345 3 30 30 30 (Weekdays 9am-9pm, Weekends 10am-6pm) Website: http://lgbt.foundation/helpline Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline to discuss things including sexuality, gender identity, and emotional wellbeing. Website w/chat: https://switchboard.lgbt Phone: 0300 330 0630 (Every day 10am - 10pm)
Jazmine Flowers is a singer, songwriter, producer and instrumentalist. Her debut single ‘Awkward’ was released in early 2021, and has seen support from the likes of BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 1Xtra and Equate magazine, and her new single “This Isn't Happiness” was released at the start of June. Her word of the day is FLUID. CONNECT WITH JAZMINE: I: @jazmineflowers_ T: @jazmineflowers_ #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created, sound designed and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. The artwork is by Mars West.
SISTREN | CHOICE

SISTREN | CHOICE

2021-06-1107:24

SISTREN are a collective consisting of Deji Tiwo, Babirye Bukilwa and Michelle Tiwo. They are  laser-focused on telling stories relevant to queer black women like them. They’ve been making podcasts since 2015. They’ve run safe -sex, toxic-love, and self-empowerment workshops at colleges, as well as hosting parties and teaching poetry. The trio currently have a show on foundation.fm. Their word of the day is CHOICE. CONNECT WITH SISTREN: I: @sistrenofficial T: @Sistrenofficial #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created, sound designed and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. The artwork is by Mars West.
Rivkah Reyes is a Filipina Jewish actor, writer, singer, and the host of ‘Where Are We Now?’ a podcast where former child stars get to connect, chat, and kiki. They were a part of the School of Rock cast in 2003. Their word of the day is SABOTEUR. CW: This episode contains discussion of mental health, substance abuse and suicide. CONNECT WITH RIVKAH: I: @rivkah.reyes T: @rivkahreyes #AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created, sound designed and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. The artwork is by Mars West. Resources: Bipolar UK A charity helping people living with manic depression or bipolar disorder. Website: www.bipolaruk.org.uk Mind Promotes the views and needs of people with mental health problems. Phone: 0300 123 3393 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm) Website: www.mind.org.uk Recovery Advice on recovery sources across the United Kingdom. Website: https://www.recovery.org.uk Phone: 0203 553 0324 (24 hours) Samaritans Confidential support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair. Phone: 116 123 (free 24-hour helpline) Website: www.samaritans.org.uk
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Rose Marryellen

I think there are enough reasons to subscribe this podcast. yeay have fun with London

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