Franklyn Addo describes how witnessing a murder transformed his life, and made him all the more determined to challenge stereotypes.
Franklyn Addo describes how witnessing a murder transformed his life. It made him all the more determined to help other young people from underprivileged backgrounds go to top universities, as he did, and to challenge stereotypes.
"There's so much more to talk about regarding council estates other than crime and anguish; more pertinent things, more celebratory things and more interesting things," he says.
Producer: Sheila Cook.
- Wed 11 Jan 2017 20:45