Baroness Lola Young

Season One – Episode 3

This week, The Conduit co-founder, Paul van Zyl, is in conversation with author, Crossbench Peer and modern slavery campaigner, Baroness Lola Young. They discuss how her upbringing as a young black woman shaped her passion for social justice, her journey from the theatre to House of Lords, and why she’s driven to be an ‘upstander, not a bystander’.

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