Two Londoners up for the National Diversity Award

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Two Londoners up for the National Diversity Award

Two Londoners have been nominated for their inspiring work as part of a National award celebrating those in the BAME community trying to make a difference to young people in the capital. 

Knife crime survivor Amani Simpson and 'super manny' Joss Cambridge-Simmons have been shortlisted for the National Diversity Award for their work in the community.

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