Omni News reporter Fiona Law interviews Mark Pawson and Richmond in 3D about thier anti-bullying, anti-discrimination and diversity workshops and promotes the A Journey To Action Screening on November 21, 2012.
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Two articles were recently in the Richmond News highlighting the work of Richmond in 3D and their anti-bullying, anti-racism, diversity workshops. Richmond in 3D Tackles diversity, bullying Article by Yvonne Roberston Richmond in 3D Tackles Bullying Editorial by Balwant Sanghera