Saturday 16th June 2018, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM @ London South Bank University, 90 London Road, London SE1 6LN
Racism remains entrenched in British society as an ongoing legacy of slavery.
The session draws on the newly emergent British African Caribbean (BAC) perspective to offer theoretical insights on how racism has been institutionalised in British culture for generational transmission into the 21st century and beyond.
Takeaways from this session is an understanding of how descendants of enslaved Africans (DoEAs), as members of the black British African-Caribbean racial category can intervene in the unequal racial status quo to effect the required change in our own life-worlds in the interests of future generations.
This is a FREE event. Register at eventbrite
Check out Dr. Gloria Gordon speaking at another featured event: ‘Re-Imagining Black British Culture: The Life Cycle Project’ by Dr. Gloria Gordon