In addition to the newfound sympathy for the Windrush generation, we should remember that ‘illegal immigrants’ are our kin, especially if we are to challenge the racism at the heart of the ‘hostile environment’.
41 years ago, one of the defining labour struggles of modern Britain took place at the Grunwick Film Processing Laboratories in Willesden, London. Here, Ron Ramdin reflects on the meaning of the "Strikers in Saris" for black autonomous struggles.
Frantz Fanon, the great Martinican psychiatrist, philosopher and revolutionary, was born on this day in 1925. In this extract from Fanon: A Biography, David Macey explores the afterlives of Fanon's thought.