Saturday 29 September 11.15-12pm
Donavan Christopher, 'RAPPAMAN', is a rap poet, cultural reggae artist and a dedicated advocate for social justice worldwide. Donavan’s interactive show encourages the audience to express their views and opinions about challenging social issues such as self respect, cultural diversity and cyber bullying etc. Donavan has travelled all over the world working in schools bringing his message to life – a fun filled reggae afternoon with the master himself.
Donavan Christopher, aka D-Bo General, is a rap poet, cultural reggae artist and a dedicated advocate for social justice worldwide. His work serves as a tool for self-expression and helps to motivate and inspire people of all ages. From early years education to upper secondary and university groups, Donavan offers fun and thought-provoking presentations and workshops geared towards motivating and inspiring students to not only perform better in the classroom, but to become socially responsible members of a larger community. Donavan encourages students to express their views and opinions about challenging social issues, such as respect of self and others, tolerance and cultural diversity and bullying.
Donavan takes his message throughout Europe and has worked with a wide range of social organizations in the UK, including the West Yorkshire and Calderdale Police, Young People’s Service and Crimestoppers. He has also spoken and performed at anti-gun conferences in both Huddersfield and Leeds, focusing on understanding gangs in response to a rise in gun-related incidents throughout the UK.
Donavan has worked with many social organisations in the UK from the West Yorkshire Police to Crimestoppers.