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Aug 9 2022:E166 Farzana Khan: Community-led healing
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Aug 2 2022:E165 Alana Lentin: On race and racial literacy
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Jul 26 2022:E164 Michaela Benson: What does the Nationality and Borders Act mean for British citizenship?
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Jul 19 2022:E163 Alexandra Kokoli: Gender, shame & visual cultures
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Jul 12 2022:E162 Vron Ware: Return of a Native
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Jul 5 2022:E161 Nikki Godden-Rasul, Tina Sikka & Alison Phipps: Abolition Feminism
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Jun 28 2022:E160 Alison Phipps & Tina Sikka: Sexual relationships, power & inequality
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Jun 21 2022:E159 Tina Sikka: Sex, Consent & Justice
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Jun 14 2022:E158 Rianna Walcott: The Colour of Madness
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Jun 7 2022:E157 Xine Yao: The Cultural Politics of Unfeeling
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May 31 2022:E156 Laura Clancy: The Monarchy aka the Firm
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May 26 2022:E155 Roxy Legane: Prison sentences for text messages
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May 24 2022:E154 Chantelle Lewis: Beyond the academic insurance policy (Bhandar & Ziadah, 2020)
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May 17 2022:E153 Julia Toppin: The politics of cancer
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May 10 2022:E152 Live Podcast: Northumbria University - Love, hope and solidarity
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May 3 2022:The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman's Hour Best Bits! (Part Two)
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Apr 26 2022:The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman's Hour Best Bits! (Part One)
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Apr 19 2022:The Spotlight Series Best Bits! (Part Two)
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Apr 12 2022:The Spotlight Series Best Bits! (Part One)
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Apr 5 2022:E151 Ayesha Taylor-Camara: The BBC...for a new generation?
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Mar 29 2022:E150 Antonia Lucia Dawes: Napoli, race-talk & racism
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Mar 22 2022:S1/E3 The Housing Series: Ben Gidley
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Mar 15 2022:E149 Zahra Bei and Kadeem(Ave): No more exclusions pt.2
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Mar 8 2022:E148 Teaching Out: Love, hope & solidarity in UK universities (UCU strikes special)
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Mar 1 2022:E147 Aleema Gray: Notes on the Rastafari movement in Britain
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Feb 22 2022:E146 Ben Gidley: British Jews, racialisation & multiculture
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Feb 15 2022:S1/E2 The Housing Series: Dan Renwick
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Feb 8 2022:E145 Roaa Ali: Race & the creative industries in times of crisis
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Feb 1 2022:S1/E1 The Housing Series: Kwajo Tweneboa on social housing & disrepair
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Jan 25 2022:S3/E5 Whiteness, the Mediterranean & race at the edge of Europe (Antonia Dawes & Mario Badagliacca)
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Jan 18 2022:Season 14 BEST BITS (part two)
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Jan 11 2022:Season 14 BEST BITS (part one)
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Jan 4 2022:E144 Laura Connelly & Remi Joseph-Salisbury: Anti-racist scholar-activism
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Dec 28 2021:E143 Tanzil Chowdhury: Is the law political? Imagining a leftist constitution
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Dec 21 2021:E142 James Trafford: The Empire at Home, Internal Colonies and the End of Britain
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Dec 14 2021:E141 Franck Magennis: Practicing (communist) law in the imperial core
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Dec 7 2021:S3/E4 How the West Indian Child Is (still) Made Educationally Sub-normal (50 years)
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Nov 30 2021:E140 Malcolm Richards: Black education, Englishness & Devon
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Nov 23 2021:E139 Gloria Morrison & Lisa: Joint Enterprise, Not Guilty by Association (JENGbA)
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Nov 16 2021:E030 The Reflection with Tissot & Chantelle: Good Law Project receipts
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Nov 9 2021:E138 Amit Singh: Race & class in a Muay Thai/Kickboxing Gym
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Nov 2 2021:E029 The Reflection with David Wearing: Afghanistan, imperialism & racism
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Oct 26 2021:E137 April-Louise Pennant: Black women in education, Wales & reparations
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Oct 19 2021:E028 The Reflection with Danny Dorling: Beyond peak inequality
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Oct 12 2021:E136 Hannah Jones: Violent Ignorance; Confronting Racism & Migration Control
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Oct 5 2021:E135 Kieron Turner: BDS, racial capitalism & Black Marxism
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Sep 28 2021:E027 The Reflection with Rima Saini: Race, politics & the South Asian middle classes
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Sep 21 2021:E026 The Reflection with Chantelle & Tissot: 20 years of the war on terror
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Sep 14 2021:S3/E3 Islamophobia & the war on terror (Nadya Ali, Naaz Rashid & Waqas Tufail)
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Sep 7 2021:E134 Twayna Mayne: Sociological comedy & transracial adoption
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Aug 31 2021:E025 The Reflection with Chantelle & Tissot: Politricks & Patron XO Café
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Aug 24 2021:S3/E2 Our Time Is Now (Selma James, Sara Callaway, Shanice Octavia McBean & Aviah Day)
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Aug 17 2021:E133 Gurminder Bhambra & John Holmwood: Colonialism & Modern Social Theory
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Aug 10 2021:E024 The Reflection with Aaron Winter: Liberal & illiberal racisms
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Aug 3 2021:E024 The Reflection with Alison Phipps: Me,(still) Not You
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Jul 27 2021:E023 The Reflection with Joy White: Terraformed in pandemic times
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Jul 20 2021:E022 The Reflection with Alana Lentin: Race, BLM & Covid-19
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Jul 13 2021:E132 Nicky Falkof: Joburg, anxiety & whiteness
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Jul 6 2021:E021 The Reflection with Dan Renwick: The limits of the Left
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Jun 29 2021:E131 Arshad Isakjee & Thom Davies: Racialised EU border violence
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Jun 22 2021:E130 Lucy Mayblin: Colonial legacies in asylum & refugee policies in Britain
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Jun 15 2021:S3/E1 Race & Ethnicity in British Sociology (Karis Campion, Stephen Ashe & Remi Joseph-Salisbury)
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Jun 8 2021:E129 Zavier Wingham: The Ottoman Empire, race & slavery (1840-1914)
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Jun 1 2021:E128 Michael Richmond: Anti-racism as procedure
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May 25 2021:E127 Emmanuel Osuteye: Sierra Leone & community organising during Covid-19
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May 18 2021:E126 Brenna Bhandar & Rafeef Ziadah: Revolutionary Feminisms
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May 11 2021:E125 Francesca Sobande: The Digital Lives of Black Women in Britain
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May 4 2021:E124 John Holmwood: The Birmingham 'Trojan Horse' Affair
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Apr 27 2021:E123 Pat Thomson: Corruption in schools (England)
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Apr 20 2021:E122 Malcolm James: Sonic Intimacy
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Apr 13 2021:E121 The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman's Hour: Vivienne Isebor
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Apr 6 2021:S1/E5 Vanessa E. Thompson: Policing & abolitionist intersectional care
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Mar 30 2021:S1/E4 Monish Bhatia: Racial surveillance & electronic monitoring
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Mar 23 2021:S1/E3 Tarek Younis: The psychologisation of counter-extremism, unpacking PREVENT
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Mar 16 2021:S1/E2 Eddie Bruce-Jones: Deaths in custody & the Angiolini Review
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Mar 9 2021:S1/E1 Liz Fekete: A brief history of the Institute of Race Relations
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Mar 2 2021:E120 Tony D: Music as Liberation
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Feb 23 2021:E119 Levi Gahman: Race, class & colonial capitalism
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Feb 16 2021:S2/E5 Black feminist praxis in Black Studies(Nneka Dennie & Jallicia Jolly) 
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Feb 9 2021:E118 Leighan Renaud: Matrifocality & Caribbean families
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Feb 2 2021:E117 Gavan Titley: Is Free Speech Racist?
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Jan 26 2021:S2/E4 Activist-Scholarship in Lebanon (Carmen Geha & Srila Roy)
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Jan 19 2021:E116 Gurpreet Kaur: blminthestix & rural racism
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Jan 12 2021:E115 The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman's Hour: Akwugo Emejulu
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Jan 5 2021:E114 Lowkey: Geopolitical considerations for 2021
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Dec 29 2020:E113 Lisa Tilley: Race, 'populations' & Malthusianism
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Dec 24 2020:Bonus episode: Reflections on interviewing Leila Hassan Howe
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Dec 22 2020:E112 Leila Hassan Howe: A history of Black British Power activism
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Dec 15 2020:S2/E3 Critical whiteness studies, racism & militirisation (Vron Ware & Luke de Noronha) 
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Dec 8 2020:E111 Bolaji Balogun: Race and racism in Poland
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Dec 1 2020:E110 Steve Roberts: Masculinity, class & social generation theory
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Nov 24 2020:S2/E2 CARE & BEA legal challenge against the new government PSHE curriculum guidance
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Nov 20 2020:Bonus episode: Reflections on interviewing Paul Gilroy
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Nov 17 2020:E109 Paul Gilroy: Freedom struggles
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Nov 10 2020:E108 The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman's Hour: Stella Dadzie
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Nov 3 2020:E107 Keston K. Perry: Climate Reparations for the Global South
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Oct 30 2020:E004 The USA Election Reflection with Levi Gahman: Settler colonialism, masculinity & class
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Oct 27 2020:E106 Prof Lez Henry: Reasoning through crisis
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Oct 23 2020:E003 The USA Election Reflection with Kennetta Hammond Perry: Democracy & the electoral college
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Oct 20 2020:E105 Roxy Legane: Racism & police in schools
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Oct 16 2020:E002 The USA Election Reflection with Kaneesha Johnson: Disenfranchisement, prison & voting
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Oct 13 2020:E104 Gary Younge: Museums, 'knowledge' & colonial extraction
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Oct 9 2020:E001 The USA Election Reflection with Ankita Rao: Voter Suppression
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Oct 6 2020:E103 Kathryn Medien: Internal border controls & NHS charges
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Sep 29 2020:E102 Luke de Noronha: Life after deportation
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Sep 22 2020:E101 Toni Haastrup: International relations, the EU & the African Union
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Sep 15 2020:E100 Sivamohan Valluvan: The Clamour of Nationalism
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Sep 8 2020:E099 Ebun Joseph: Racial stratification in Ireland
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Sep 1 2020:E098 Richard Yeboah: Hackney, housing & gentrification
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Aug 25 2020:E097 Ornette Clennon: Supplementary schools, 'the market' & slavery
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Aug 18 2020:S2/E1 'Objectivity', scientific racism & racial justice (Furaha Asani & Mwenza Blell)
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Aug 11 2020:E096 Bel Parnell-Berry: Blackface in Europe & white innocence (Wekker, 2016)
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Aug 7 2020:E020 The Final Reflection with Tissot, Chantelle & Adders
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Aug 4 2020:E095 David Wearing: AngloArabia, Why Gulf Wealth Matters to Britain
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Jul 31 2020:E019 The Reflection with Danny Dorling: Recession, capitalism & hope
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Jul 28 2020:E094 The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman’s Hour: Lola Olufemi
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Jul 24 2020:E018 The Reflection with Khadijah Diskin: Blackness, modernity & resistance
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Jul 21 2020:E093 Swimdem Crew: Swimming, community & belonging
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Jul 17 2020:E017 The Reflection with Katherine Smith: Impact, the REF & COVID19
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Jul 14 2020:E092 Brendan McGeever: Antisemitism & the Russian Revolution
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Jul 10 2020:E016 The Reflection with Norman Riley: Statues, 'lads' & the far right
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Jul 7 2020:E091 Nadine El-Enany: Bordering Britain: Law, Race & Empire
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Jul 3 2020:E015 The Reflection with Dan Renwick: Race, class & lockdown
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Jun 30 2020:E090 Imogen Tyler: Stigma, the Machinery of Inequality
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Jun 26 2020:E014 The Reflection with Aurelien Mondon & Aaron Winter: Reactionary Democracy book launch
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Jun 23 2020:E089 Alana Lentin: Why Race Still Matters
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Jun 19 2020:E013 The Reflection with Paulette Williams: UK Higher Education responses to #BLM
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Jun 16 2020:E088 Joy White: Terraformed: Young Black Lives in the Inner City
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Jun 12 2020:E012 The Reflection with Gurminder Bhambra: Brexit, Empire & Covid-19
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Jun 9 2020:E087 Cheraine Donalea Scott: Grime, Brexit, Identity
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Jun 5 2020:E011 The Reflection with Bev Skeggs: Solidarity and Care
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Jun 2 2020:E086 Janine Francois: Museums, rest and reparations
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May 29 2020:E010 The Guest Reflection with Janine Francois, Rita Gayle & Agostinho Pinnock
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May 26 2020:In collaboration with the Politics of Representation Collective: Academic podcasting
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May 22 2020:E009 The Reflection with Ez Chigbo: Mental health week
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May 19 2020:In collaboration with the Politics of Representation Collective: Mark Carrigan
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May 15 2020:E008 The Reflection with Michaela Benson: 'the Good Citizen' & Covid-19
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May 12 2020:E085 Amber Lascelles: Black feminism, literature & resistance
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May 8 2020:E007 The Reflection with Adam Elliot-Cooper: Policing during & beyond the pandemic
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May 5 2020:E084 Fiyory Ghezae: Personal training, masculinity & capitalism
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May 1 2020:E006 The Reflection with Julia Toppin: Teaching & learning in crisis
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Apr 28 2020:E083 The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman’s Hour: Aviah Sarah Day
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Apr 24 2020:E005 The Reflection with Afua Adom: Pandemic parenting & racism
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Apr 21 2020:E082 Karim Mitha: Islamophobia and mental health in Scotland
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Apr 17 2020:E004 The Reflection with Nasar Meer: Refugee camps & nationalism
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Apr 14 2020:E081 Sofia Akel: Institutional racism in higher education
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Apr 10 2020:E003 The Reflection with Jade LB: Apathy is a political choice(Mondon & Winter, 2020)
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Apr 7 2020:E080 John Narayan: Anti-imperialist politics & reclaiming solidarities
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Apr 3 2020:E002 The Reflection with Dr Yusef: 5G & the end of capitalism?
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Mar 31 2020:E079 Carl Mallet: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, race and community
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Mar 27 2020:E001 The Reflection: policing the crisis, lockdown & conspiracies
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Mar 24 2020:E078 The Surviving Society Alternative to Woman’s Hour: Amelia Morris
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Mar 17 2020:E077 Luke Butterly: Gilet Noirs & migrants in France
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Mar 10 2020:E076 Adeeb Abdul Razak: From Kerala to London
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Mar 3 2020:S1/E5 Indigeneity, colonialism and institutional racism (Western Sydney University, Australia)
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Feb 25 2020:S1/E4 In conversation with Shirley Anne Tate (Nelson Mandela University, South Africa)
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Feb 18 2020:S1/E3 Gramsci, race & social movements (Texas A&M University, USA)
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Feb 11 2020:S1/E2 Universities after apartheid (Nelson Mandela University, South Africa)
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Feb 4 2020:S1/E1 Black diasporas, anglo-centrism & positionality (ASA, Hawaii)
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Jan 28 2020:E075 Sol Gamsu: Class, race & keeping radical ideas alive
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Jan 21 2020:E074 Julia Toppin: Media, rave culture & DnB
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Jan 14 2020:E073 Darrel Blake: Youth work, schools & Black studies
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Jan 7 2020:E072 Utsa Mukherjee: Leisure & British Indian childhoods
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Dec 31 2019:E071 Tina Sikka: Race science, ancestry tests & capitalism
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Dec 24 2019:E070 Stephen Ashe: Trade unions & racism at work
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Dec 20 2019:E007 The T&C's: The General Election Reflection
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Dec 17 2019:E069 Aurelien Mondon & Aaron Winter: Racism and the Populist Far Right
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