SRtRC official charity partner of Visionary Arts Awards 2023
Show Racism the Red Card are are honoured to have been the official charity partner of the Visionary Arts Social Impact Awards 2023! Congratulations to all of the winners, and all of those nominated for incredible work and influence for positive change on a wide range of social justice.
‘Visionary Arts’ is an annual awards ceremony dedicated to celebrating social impact through popular culture and the arts, including celebrities, influencers and community workers who have inspired change. From diversity and inclusion, to mental health awareness and the climate crisis, the Visionary Arts showcases that people can create a positive change through film, television, music, literature, podcasts, theatre and their social media platforms.
Leon Braithwaite thanked Visionary Arts and the audience for their ongoing support:
Martina Barton, Show Racism the Red Card Southern Region Education Coordinator commented following the awards:
We were invited to attend the VisionaryArts Awards at the Ham Yard Hotel in London last night. First of all, a very big thank you to VisionaryArts especially Adrian Grant giving us the opportunity to raise our profile by being their chosen charity at this prestigious event. Several times that evening I had a chance to talk about our charity, the work we do and how proud I am to be part of Show Racism the Red Card.
I felt honoured and inspired being surrounded by people who have all dedicated their life’s making positive changes using the platform of arts, culture, media and entertainment. Together everyone is raising awareness and making differences in society, whether this is tackling racism, poverty, mental health, sexual abuse, climate change, disability discrimination and LGBTQ. They give people who are never heard, a voice.
Show Racism the Red Card are humbled and honoured to be chosen as the official charity partner for the Visionary Arts awards 2023.
We commend the work of the Foundation and are inspired by their use of the arts to raise marginalised voices and raise awareness to tackle important social issues. Show Racism the Red Card would like to wish all the nominees the best of luck and look forward to celebrating and recognising the achievements of those who are striving to make our world a better place.” – Ged Grebby, SRtRC CEO.
Congratulations to all of the winners:
Book of the Year
The Climate Book – Greta Thunberg
Podcast of the Year
Happy Place – Fearne Cotton
Play/Musical of the Year
For Black Boys – Royal Court Theatre
Documentary of the Year
Judi Love: Black, Female and Invisible
TV Show of the Year
I am Ruth – Channel 4
TV Advert of the Year
See the World Differently – Virgin Atlantic
Film of the Year
The Woman King – Gina Prince-Bytherwodd
Short Film Competition
Prabhaav – Thasvi V
Song of the Year
Fubu – Kojey Radical
Community Person of the Year
Adrian Grant, Founder of Visionary Arts Foundation said; “The Visionary Honours celebrates the amazing work of creators across the arts, activists and community workers who are using their talent and platforms to make a difference. We highlight the people who have produced work with social impact at the heart of the creative process and tell inspirational stories at a time when the world seems most divided. Through our foundation we empower the next generation of creators to use their platforms to highlight a variety of social injustices around the world and bring about change.”