Arts & Culture
What White People Can Do Next, with Emma Dabiri
- 9:00 pm
01 April 2021
Online | £5.72 – £16.12
Join Emma Dabiri, academic, broadcaster and author of Don’t Touch My Hair, as she discusses her new book ‘What White people Can Do Next’.
In What White People can Do Next, Dabiri lays out a manifesto for change born from the need to talk about racial injustice in a different way.
Thoughtfully researched and presented with Dabiri’s characteristic wit and clarity, she places the conversation firmly in the context of history, class and capitalism and highlights the way racialised thinking and ‘whiteness’ as a system is destructive for everyone.
Identifying solidarity in difference, Emma draws on a broad range of themes beyond the current ‘anti-racist’ framework, from philosophy to psychedelics, to create a road map to liberation.
Emma will be discussing her radical call to action that incisively tackles how we can transform demonstrations of support into meaningful change.
She will also share her vision of a reimagined future that challenges people to stop the denial, interrogate capitalism, denounce the white saviour and educate ourselves.
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Header Image: Emma Dabiri, Irish Times