Posts tagged: radical-black-history
Published 30 years ago this year, Paul Gilroy's seminal book The Black Atlantic profoundly shaped how we understand race and culture in contemporary society.
Malcolm X and the Midlands
Sam Moore recovers the forgotten history of Malcolm X's solidarity visit to Smethwick
Black and Red: Socialism and Black Liberation with Robin Kelley and Charisse Burden-Stelly
An interview with Robin Kelley and Charisse Burden-Stelly on Black liberation and socialism.
The Forgotten Legacy of Claudia Jones: a Black Communist Radical Feminist
Ashley Roach-McFarlane recovers a portrait of a forgotten radical, and founder of the Notting Hill Carnival
The Mangrove 9 and the Radical Lawyering Tradition
From the trial of the Mangove 9 to this summer's BLM protests, Ife Thompson outlines how the role of radical Black lawyers has been not just essential in the struggle for justice but also in transforming the UK legal system