The Intervention founder shares their story with Vanessa Maria.
For this third instalment of RA's ongoing partnership with Black Minds Matter, Vanessa Maria speaks with Ifeoluwa, a writer, lecturer, DJ, radio host and founder of Intervention. Since 2016, Intervention has provided a space for womxn, non-binary, queer and people of colour to learn DJing and production skills in a free and safe environment. Intervention has held workshops from Bristol to Sheffield, Leeds and London, and last year released a charity fundraiser compilation featuring tracks from the likes of Lorraine James, India Jordan and Lee Gamble.
In conversation we hear of the roots end ethos of Intervention, Ifeoluwa's approach to DJing and music's crossovers with philosophy and cultural studies. You can also read a transcription of this interview in RA's features section.