WOA give you a list of three things you could do for everyday of the working week. There’s no need for you to suffer the Monday Blues: An evening meal at a restaurant you’ve never been to; tickets to the latest shows; or a podcast candidly exploring topical affairs will help you get through your nine-to-five. Read on to find out what we suggest for you to do today.
**For the night owl** Support – Black Lives Matter Charity
An event at Freedom will be held today to raise money for the Black Lives Matter Fund. The fund helps support families of the victims with unexpected funeral costs, bail for wrongful arrests etc. There will be plenty of live singers/spoken word and of course music to shake a leg to. This is an **over 18’s** event.
Eat – Adulis Restaurant
Adulis is a restaurant in Brixton (also in Clapham) where you can enjoy the star studded cuisine that is Eritrean food. You will be blown away by any of the many wonderful vegan options. Take a friend and try something new this evening for dinner.
OVAL (BRIXTON) BRANCH
44-46 Brixton Road
Tel: 0207 587 0055
Times: Mon – Fri 5pm – 12am/ Sat – Sun 12pm – 1am
112 St John’s Hill
Tel: 0207 223 3663
Times: Mon – Sat 5pm – 12am
It’s the speech Harvard University is calling “the most powerful, heartfelt” speech “you will ever hear.”
Donovan Livingston, a master’s graduate at the university, was chosen by a committee of faculty, staff and students to speak at the School of Education’s convocation, a rep for Harvard told ABC News. Instead of a traditional speech, Livingston used spoken word to perform his poem, “Lift Off.”
Livingston told ABC News that the “true inspiration behind the piece” was the fact that he couldn’t perform a poem when he gave his commencement remarks during his senior year of high school. Listen to the speech, read the poem underneath and be inspired to reach/ supersede your personal goals.