LSE Limelight #25: Sumaya Osman, the SU Women’s Officer

“The fact that I was the only black woman running, the fact that I was the only Muslim woman running … I think a lot of people resonated with that.” – Sumaya Osman, SU Women’s Officer.

Get ready to hear from one of LSE’s boldest and most genuine new voices: Women’s Officer, Sumaya Osman. Here we discuss the closure of the LSE nursery, lad culture, and handling racialized micro-aggressions. Listen to be reminded of the ways LSE is changing and how you can help.

Presented and produced by Maisie Adair, with music by Ash Layo Masing. Subscribe to us on Spotify to hear more from Beaver Sound.


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