This Mervelee Myers https://fight4justiceadvocacy.business.site must make a special mention about the Design Print Shop as the Nation mourn the passing of the Queen. I went to the shop today to collect my Business Cards and have a chat with David. I was smitten when David told me he was up late designing the photo frame in the shop to honour the Queen. And already I visualize the frame for my husband’s 100th birthday on International Women’s Day 2023. I discovered the shop during my transition after the systemic discrimination leaving me to deal with the deterioration in my mental and physical health. I must credit David for being the sensitive individual he is. His parents must be credited for raising such a son who can bridge the generation divide and reach out to the people of multicultural Britain. Yesterday I hear him communicating with a Ghanaian man in his “Mother Tongue” and I was impressed. I meet David’s parents and the dog. Dad helped me to choose the photo for my banner of the Empire Windrush. I must mention meeting Linda who worked on the Mural at the Blue at the shop. This meeting opened doors for me. I must commend David for the support he has given to a lonely woman in despair who walked into his business and how his compassion has helped me to be getting back my mojo to be the person I know I was before hate crimes rob me of my sparks.
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