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Recently I was quizzed about the mission of Operation Black Vote (OBV). “I thought OBV was just about getting black and minority ethnic individuals to register to vote and vote in elections,” remarked BBC London’s Vanessa Feltz. But voting is only a means to achieve our very important end: to tackle racism and ensure we have greater equality of opportunity. And to do that, we have to be creative, bold and at times provocative. This is what we’ve sought to do with our recent ad campaigns for the EU referendum with partners Saatchi & Saatchi.
Today we have released a recreated version of the rather infamous image of the 1987 Bullingdon Club, which in its original form portrayed a group of young men who have come to epitomise great privilege and power. It’s no coincidence that the two main protagonists in today’s EU in-out drama, the prime minister, David Cameron, and former London mayor Boris Johnson are in that picture.
The advice being: get better at Photoshop matey.