Sue Sanders, one of our most prominent and creative LGBT activists will be giving a talk entitled “What has homophobia ever done for us?” in Croydon on 4 October. She will be speaking at The Brief (48 George Street, Croydon), and the meeting is free and open to everyone. The talk is organised by Croydon Area Gay Society (CAGS), under the general title of "The Brief Encounter".Sue holds many prominent advisory positions: member of the LGBT Advisory Group to the Metropolitan Police; an independent advisor to the London Criminal Justice Board; Vice-Chair of the Southwark Anti–homophobic Forum; as well as being a consultant to the Crown Prosecution Service.
A playwright, poet and writer, Sue has appeared on TV and radio discussing homophobia and diversity issues. She has been prominent in the anti-bullying campaigns in schools and was one of the founders of Schools OUT. Come and see her inspirational and informative talk this month.