Lazy Juli

I’ve had enough – the thoughts of a Hungarian Black girl

What’s it like to live in Hungary as a Black woman? To be complimented on your ‘nice’ accent, when you are Hungarian? To be in school and hear another girl say she doesn’t want to hold your hand, fearing that you would ‘dirty’ hers? Judit Deen discusses her experience and gives some recommendations regarding what to watch if you want to get an insight into the experience of living as a Black person anywhere in the world. ...

Lazy Juli

Julia is a theatre director from Budapest currently based in London. She was recently the Jerwood Assistant Director on ‘Nora: A Doll’s House’ at the Young Vic Theatre and is currently script reading for Paines Plough’s Women’s Prize for Playwriting. More information about her work is available on her website at julialevai.com