We had the good fortune of connecting with Aquayemi-Claude Garnett Akinsanya and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Aquayemi-Claude Garnett, how do you think about risk?
It’s all about what you believe is right because when you feel you have to stand up and speak your truth and for your community, Take the opportunity to change the narrative.
Can you open up a bit about your work and career? We’re big fans and we’d love for our community to learn more about your work.
Sure would love to share as I am the founder of The Claude’s SEN Law Campaign, Safe Space Tuesday Afternoon Tea Event and Garnetts Clothing Brand & Range non-profit Clothing Brand organisation. The Claudes SEN Law original started as a campaign which has included a platform where individuals within the neurodiversity community and individuals from different backgrounds are given the opportunity to share their own stories within the initiative of the #ShareYourStories myself and my supporters believe there is a low efficiency of representation in government and society. That’s one of the reasons why I became activist to create change for acton after years of no action but empty promises within our society.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
My Ex Headmaster who believed in education and the students growth into a young successful individuals, of our futures.
Other: Blog Link ~ https://theclaudessenlaw.wordpress.com/2021/10/02/the-claudes-sen-law-national-and-international-campaign-2/
BBC Report – Special Educational Needs: ‘Battle to get an equal education’. https://youtu.be/KyNyQxPdEgg
Clothing Noneprofit organisation – Twitter: @GarnettsRange Instagram: @garnetts.clothing_25
Website ~ https://tap.bio/@a_claude_2020
Blog Link ~ https://theclaudessenlaw.wordpress.com/2021/10/02/the-claudes-sen-law-national-and-international-campaign-2/
Website link ~ https://msha.ke/theclaudessenlaw_2020/