Rozella Haydée White, Chibundu Onuzo and Saraiya Bah.The film Hidden Figures highlighted the wider truth about women of colour being largely invisible despite the crucial roles they have played in society. But is this role changing now? As a new generation of black women are learning to more confidently and comfortably hold together their notions of identity, self and faith, are black women being noticed, credited, valued and listened to as they should be? Or is the road still a long one yet to walk?
Chaired by Chine McDonald.