“Our mission is blossoming so beautifully. By any means necessary. With no permission. Because, together we are strong.” Ava DuVernay, August 2013 I couldn’t say it better any other way! Last Wednesday (September 25), L’Oreal UK headquarters played host to the autumn edition of the trailblazing event series; the I’mPOSSIBLE conversation. The only UK event […]
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The Summer edition of the I’mPOSSIBLE conversation took place on June 6 and was the event’s second anniversary. Hosted by inaugural panellist; Angela Ferreira who was joined by haute couture design supremo; Avis Charles, inspirational domestic violence survivor; Leanne Higgins. Grace Ononiwu OBE, chief prosecutor of the East of England, blogger and African feminist; Minna […]
The I’mPOSSIBLE. conversation’ is a series of intimate, quarterly events staged in central London that puts five women of colour, on a panel, to share their journeys on the theme of ‘how I became POSSIBLE’. In June 2011, the I’mPOSSIBLE conversation was born, bringing to life the social enterprise’s secondary aim to change the […]
Time is definitely flying and we’re having fun . The I’mPOSSIBLE conversation is two years old in June and we’re returning with a trailblazingly hot panel of British women of colour who constantly define success on their own terms. Returning back to the I’mPOSSIBLE conversation stage is Angela Ferreira, our inaugral panel member, as […]
I’mPOSSIBLE takes 100 London school girls to the House of Commons to show them how POSSIBLE they are!
Thursday, April 25 saw the first ever ImPOSSIBLE. conversation youth edition take place at the House of Commons in partnership with Diane Abbott MPs ‘Black Women Mean Business’ (BWMB) initiative on the 21st anniversary of ‘Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work®’ day. I’mPOSSIBLE brought 100 young ladies from a selection of London schools and youth […]
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work® Foundation joins us as partner to the I’mPOSSIBLE. conversation youth edition!
We’re proud to announce that the ‘Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work®’ Foundation has come aboard as partner to the youth edition of the I’mPOSSIBLE conversation taking place on April 25 at the House of Commons in partnership with Black Women Mean Business (BWMB). This makes the youth edition an ‘official UK’ event of the […]
The beginning of a dream realised. When I’mPOSSIBLE started in 2009 we were very aware of the mammoth task ahead of us. Rebalancing the negative rhetoric around women of colour, getting this group to define success on its own terms and most of all, getting young girls to realise their possibilities through presenting the life […]
History made! The I’mPOSSIBLE conversation takes over the Royal Festival Hall for International Women’s Day
History was made when I’mPOSSIBLE descended on the Royal Festival Hall for a very special, International Women’s day edition (March 8) of the I’mPOSSIBLE conversation. As part of the Southbank Centre’s annual Women of the World festival. I’mPOSSIBLE was one of the 10, specially chosen organisations holding their event on this important day as part […]
It’s here! Today (March 8) we’re making history at the Southbank’s Royal Festival Hall. We’re putting the life journey’s of British women of colour on a platform that all can share, enjoy and celebrate. This is the 2013, international women’s day edition of the I’mPOSSIBLE conversation. Read what happened when our global digital partner; Parlour […]