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Interview with Josh Rivers
Josh Rivers is the creator and host of Busy Being Black, the award-winning podcast exploring queer Black cultures, identities and experiences.
Nathan Eckersley
Published 16 October 2022
Josh Rivers / Nathan Eckersley / W!ZARD Studios

This interview is taken from The Nathan Eckersley Podcast, published every Monday on all podcast platforms. Click here to listen on your favourite podcast platform, and listen to Nathan Eckersley's live radio show live from Manchester every Sunday afternoon, from 3pm-4pm (UK) on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Josh Rivers is the creator and host of Busy Being Black, the award-winning podcast exploring queer Black cultures, identities and experiences. Busy Being Black was awarded funding from the European Cultural Foundation and Wellcome Trust, and live recordings of the podcast have taken place at the British Film Institute, NYC Pride and Black Tech Fest. He was named one of the UK's most influential communications professionals in PRWeek's 2022 Power Book.

Josh joins Nathan Eckersley to discuss Black History Month UK, the state of the UK's education curriculum and the role of the media in institutional racism.

Connect with Busy Being Black on Twitter: https://twitter.com/_busybeingblack

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

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