Inclusion & Education Officer
Chardine (she/her) is an award-winning cultural producer and feminist activist.
She is founder of Black Girls Picnic which is a global movement aimed at the collective self-care of Black women and girls. She is also the driving force behind the extremely successful Stop Rainbow Racism which challenges discriminatory behavior with the LGBT+ community.
Chardine is a former advisory board member of Schools Out LGBT History Month, and is currently a board member for the Museum of Homelessness, and Duckie Youth.
Chardine was featured in The Voice newspaper as one of the ‘Women Who Rocked the World in 2015’; in Diva Magazine’s LGBT Power List 2016, and in Buzzfeed’s Most Inspiring British LGBT People Of 2016, as well as the Pride Power List 2017. Most recently, Chardine won the British LGBT+ award for contribution to LGBT+ Life in 2017.
Chardine has joined the UK Black Pride because she believes passionately in the essential role that education plays to better understand ourselves and each other. In her new role, she will be supporting Black LGBT+ people to learn about our rich histories as well as supporting LGBT+ organisations to diversify their own educational output.
Chardine can be emailed at: firstname.lastname@example.org