Arts & Culture

Winner of ‘New Futures’ opens own bookstore celebrating underrepresented communities

Bookshop.org – the website that supports independent book stores with every purchase – has announced the winners of its New Futures programme.

The programme selects and trains entrepreneurs from underrepresented communities to open their own independent bookshop.

One of the three winners is K Bailey Obazee from East London – London Live spoke to her about creating her very own store, PRIM, and her plans for the future.

Helena Wadia 8th April 2022

TagArts & Culture, LocationNewham

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