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Pride at LCC

Watch: What does Pride mean to London College of Communication?

Written by Sundeep Verdi
Published date 10 July 2019

At London College of Communication we want all of our students and staff to feel supported by us, no matter what their gender, sexuality, age, race, religion or beliefs.

This Pride month we asked staff in the College to tell us what Pride means to them, here's what they said!

Video produced by Sundeep Verdi.

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