Blacklisted Book Club and the Young Africa Centre proudly present 'Let's Meet the Author with Kenny Imafidon.' On Saturday, February 24th, at 6:30 pm at The Africa Centre.

Prepare to be enthralled by the gripping narrative of Kenny's groundbreaking debut, 'That Peckham Boy: Growing Up, Getting Out, and Giving Back’, a poignant exploration of resilience and redemption, shedding light on the challenges faced by young Black men navigating urban life. From wrongful imprisonment to a transformative journey of self-discovery, Kenny's story is powerful and inspiring.

Kenny Imafidon is a multifaceted entrepreneur, esteemed author, and influential social commentator. As the co-founder and managing director of ClearView Research, he leads with a passion for empowering diverse and underrepresented communities through meticulously crafted research, strategic initiatives, and meaningful engagement projects. Kenny's impactful work extends globally, collaborating with esteemed entities such as Vodafone, Uber, Starbucks, and Twitter, as well as renowned international charities and philanthropic foundations like the Wellcome Trust, Macmillan, One Young World, and UNICEF UK.

Beyond his professional endeavours, Kenny serves as a dedicated trustee for various charitable organisations, including BBC Children in Need. Together with Lord Michael Hastings CBE, he co-founded My Brother's Keeper, a voluntary initiative providing vital support to men, particularly those serving long-term sentences, across six prisons in the UK.

Kenny's commitment to driving positive change has earned him prestigious recognition, including a coveted place on Forbes' esteemed "30 Under 30" list for Social Impact in 2022. His tireless efforts continue to inspire and uplift communities worldwide, embodying a profound dedication to social progress and equality.

Not to be missed!

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