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My problem with black identity

There is no shortage of figures, wielding considerable cultural power, ready to talk up the threat of racism in the UK today.

tranke / cactushaag - foto Aart G. Broek -

tranké / cactushaag – foto Aart G. Broek

Like Ta-Nehisi Coates in the US, commentators such as Afua Hirsch, Reni Eddo-Lodge and others wanting to fly high in the often academically accredited punditsphere talk of the persistence of structural racism, worry at the inexorable force of white privilege, and damn British society as an inhospitable place for black people. Racism is everywhere, they say. Something is still to be done.
Remi Adekoya, a Polish-Nigerian journalist and academic, is different.

Please, read on here on the Spiked Online website, September 28, 2018.

on 04.11.2018 at 10:46
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