It's hard to talk about racism with white people. Whether you try to bring it up at home (if you're white) or at school, many will deny that racism is still a thing or that it still has consequences today. Some white people who haven't ever had to face racism are considered an authoritative voice on the subject. Society has gone into collective amnesia about what racism is and is in denial about how it still continues today. How to deal with that if you're black or brown? How to be able to talk to your family, teachers and friends about it, and make them see beyond their privileged viewpoint?
Academic, professor and activist Kehinde Andrews tells you more about how to navigate a white people's world as a black person, and how you can do your part as a white person in fighting this issue.
Kehinde Nkosi Andrews is a British academic and author specialising in Black Studies. Andrews is a Professor of Black Studies in the School of Social Sciences at Birmingham City University. He is the director of the Centre for Critical Social Research, founder of the Harambee Organisation of Black Unity, and co-chair of the UK Black Studies Association. Andrews is the first Black Studies professor in the UK and led the establishment of the first Black Studies programme in Europe at Birmingham City University.
The New Age of Empire (2022), The Psychosis of Whiteness (2023)
Harambee Organisation of Black Unity
Make it Plain
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