June Sarpong

As a dark skinned Black woman from a working class background, I have had the experience of being the anomaly, broadcaster June Sarpong writes.
A truly inclusive and diverse Britain, with equal opportunity, is a target - not just a talking point
diversify According to June Sarpong, the British television presenter and broadcaster, "the world is separate enough," and by actually embracing those different to ourselves we can create a richer life - both economically and socially.
'What I did was very offensive... but it's certainly not racist.'
Read more on The Huffington Post When Janet Street Porter admonished his behaviour, claiming it was reminiscent of someone
The prospect of the EU referendum campaign being dominated by high-minded debate got off to a troubled start as the BBC’s
Question Time audience members were left fidgeting after a man used discussion about the upcoming EU referendum to make an
LIKE US ON FACEBOOK | FOLLOW US ON TWITTER June with her late brother Sam Speaking about how she wanted him to be remembered
Sam Sarpong, the brother of 'Loose Women’ star June, has died after falling from a bridge in America. A spokesman for the
As attention turns to the referendum on whether the UK should leave or remain in the EU, the 'in' camp has decided who will help target their campaign at young voters. June Sarpong will attempt to get the message across to young people that the EU isn't so bad.
Three former prime ministers, the ex-head of the army and a panellist on Loose Women are joining the push to stay in the
I saw powerful speeches from international lawyer Miriam González Durántez, Caroline Rush, CEO of the British Fashion Council, Aldijana Sisic, chief of the UN Trust Fund to end violence against women and Professor Frances Corner, head of the London College of Fashion, UAL.
What I do know is for one day, inside the walls of the Hospital Club, I felt listened to, valued and welcomed for who I am. The power of that unity between women is what we need to build upon for a future where everyone can aspire to have their all.
We founded the WIE Network to progress a fundamental idea - that all women need to be more encouraging and supportive of one another, especially in the workplace. Let's put our focus on mentoring and championing.
I could spend the rest of this blog reeling out the stats that prove women still aren't commanding the same wages as men, still aren't holding as many senior positions and in countries across the world still treated as second-class citizens, but you've heard them all before. Instead, alongside WIE, we're going to do something about it. Today, at around 1pm, 80 women from the worlds of politics, fashion, media and business will be sitting down for the ultimate ladies who lunch event.