The Anti-Racist Reading Group continues this month with the next group meeting on:
Monday 17th Aug, 7:30 – 9pm
This week we will be covering: Chapters 7 – 9
We will also aim to chat through this:
Silencing, power and racial trauma in groups – Kinouani, G. (2020).
(Please get in touch if you struggle to find a copy: firstname.lastname@example.org)
For those who can’t access Natives, here are a few links that will also be useful instead:
- Akala deconstructs race, class, and Britain’s modern myths | Interview with James O’brien
- Akala’s full address (w. Q&A) at the Oxford Union.
- Everyday racism: what should we do? Akala | The Guardian
- Akala: “People get more upset by being called racist than by racist things happening”
- A Black Feminist Statement by The Combahee River Collective – this statement appeared as a movement document in April 1977 and Monthly Review Press reprinted the 1979 version in commemoration of the fortieth anniversary of its publication. Peggy McIntosh mentions the statement in the previous article we read.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
P.S. Past reading and related articles can be found here