I appeared on ITV’s This Morning on Wednesday 18th November to talk about Islamophobia and my Fixers campaign. I was a guest in the studio alongside Islamophobia expert, Miqdaad Versi.
The photo below is me with This Morning presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.
I appeared on the cover of the winter edition of Canterbury Christ Church University’s magazine. It featured an article about my voluntary work, where I share news of my Fixers campaign. Click on the image below to read the piece.
I'm using social media to ensure that my campaign keeps on raising awareness! I'll be posting videos, feedback and continuing to share my message to end racist bullying. Click on the links below to visit, like and follow my Facebook and Twitter pages.
I was also interviewed on BBC Radio Kent to talk about my campaign and discuss my anti-bullying message. A story about my Fix was also featured on the Christ Church Students' Union website.
An article about my Fixers campaign was featured in the Kent Messenger.
I have also received some wonderful feedback for my Fixers film and broadcast story, which was shown on ITV News.
‘I saw your TV appearance and would like to congratulate you 100%. You came across as a confident, sensitive and pleasant-mannered young lady who every parent ought to love to have as their daughter. You and others like yourself are our future, the taxes that you will pay in years to come will pay my pension, and you are deserving of the greatest respect. I will be following fixers.org.uk in the future and I for one am delighted that you are pursuing this vital initiative.’
‘I'm glad the film features various ethnic minorities, as people are bullied simply because they're different and hate consumes the bully. People don't realise the pain it causes. No bullying is acceptable. Great project, Tamanna!’
‘What you’re doing is helping people and you’re doing a great job!’