Episode 6: Mia-Daliya Cunningham
Poet, community artist, social justice activist and The Tote Revolution owner Mia-Daliya Cunningham joins host Vivienne Egan in a conversation about managing a business without compromising socio-political values, the benefits to networking on social media, avoiding activist burnout, juggling income sources to support artistic work and learning from financial mistakes.
- You can find Mia on Instagram, YouTube and Twitter.
- Check out Mia’s most recent published anthology feature ‘Poetry Rebellion’ here!
- Shop at The Tote Revolution on Instagram (@the_tote_revolution_), ASOS Marketplace or in store at Lush Brighton!
- Check out some of Mia’s BLM work on her YouTube channel and through this video and article published with the University of East London.
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