The Black Revolution: The Urgent Need for Radical Politics
Kehinde Andrews is a Professor of Black Studies at Birmingham City University’s School of Social Sciences. Andrews is currently engaged in a project examining the role of Black radicalism in contemporary organising against racial oppression. At Birmingham, he has led the development of the Black Studies degree and is director of the Centre for Critical Social Research; founder of the Harambee Organisation of Black Unity; and co-chair of the Black Studies Association. He is interested in in supervising postgraduate research in the areas of race, ethnicity and racism; Black Studies and how communities overcome inequality. His most recent book is Back to Black: Retelling Black Radicalism for the 21st Century (2018).
Date: 4 June 2019, 17:00 (Tuesday, 6th week, Trinity 2019)
Venue: Pembroke College, St Aldates OX1 1DW
Venue Details: Harold Lee Room
Speaker: Kehinde Andrews (Birmingham City University)
Organiser: Premilla Nadasen (University of Oxford)
Part of: Radical Histories of Anti-Racist Activism and Organizing
Booking required?: Not required
Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Holly Omand