Sir Geoff Palmer, a Chancellor and Human Rights Activist, shares his personal journey from Jamaica to London and his experiences with racism and discrimination. He discusses the importance of Black History Month and the need to change the consequences of the past by educating and raising awareness about black history.
Sir Geoff also highlights Scotland's progress in addressing its historical role in slavery and the importance of continuing the conversation and taking action. He encourages individuals to get involved by learning more about black history, supporting organisations, and challenging prejudices. Sir Geoff emphasises the power of the law in ensuring equal rights and justice for all.
This was filmed before the pandemic but never aired.