An LBH Podcast
How are racism and stigma power linked? How can education empower us to face the past and tell new stories? And why must we break historical silences? Sociologist Imogen Tyler talks to fellow activists from Lancaster Black History Group, formed after a Black Lives Matter Vigil in the city in 2020 – which few know was once the fourth largest slave trading city in the UK.
Teacher Geraldine Onek – who came to the UK as a child refugee from Sudan – describes working with schoolchildren to teach them about slavery and centre the lives of Black Lancastrians. Student Jasmine Patel describes her research, with fellow school pupils, into the city’s slavery family trees. Together, they show how facing the past is empowering – and what anti-racism means.
17th February 2023
Listen to the Podcast here or herehttps://thesociologicalreview.org/podcasts/the-stigma-conversations/doing-anti-racism-with-geraldine-onek-and-jasmine-patel/
This podcast was part of a series recorded…
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