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Miss Divine

Becoming a Black & Green Ambassador is an incredible position for me to be in as I love researching, learning new things and sharing information. I’m really looking forward to engaging with communities who have been neglected from receiving the message of climate change, hearing how they feel about it and deciding together what we can do individually and as a collective to make change.

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Hello! My name is Miss Divine and I am a DJ, music artist manager, compère and broadcast journalist in Bristol. Being a radio presenter is such a delight as it allows me to mix 5 of my favourite passions together, which along with radio are researching, sharing information about food, the planet, and the human body. I have now taken on the role of becoming a Black and Green Ambassador which will allow me to expound on and develop some of my interests.

The Black and Green Ambassador opportunity has really opened my eyes and made me realise that the manner in which humanity is consuming the planet needs to be regulated and fast. Being part of a collective of organisations who are actively fighting against this time in history is marvellous! And even though it may seem scattered sometimes, there are some amazing changes going on in the city regarding the climate emergency and pollution, often demonstrated through the medium of art, culture, music, community gardens and recycling.

The previous Black & Green Ambassadors achieved fantastic work over the last 12 months with their interactive workshops, research and radio show and as a result, paved the way for our journey.

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Ujima Radio and Bristol Green Capital Partnership are delighted to announce that Ella Scotland-Waters, Miss Divine, Rosina Al-Shaater and Ruth Nortey have been appointed as the new Black & Green Ambassadors.