A race that’s not yet run: Emma Dabiri interviewed
The author and social activist is encouraged by the spread of Black Lives Matter protests across the western world, but knows there is a long way to go before anything approaching true racial equality is achieved
When Black Lives Matter protests spread across the world earlier this year, new conversations about race and identity were had on social media at a rate never seen before. Mobilisation, protest and education were spreading across platforms like Twitter, as well as encouragement for non-black people to start “doing the work”: reading, listening and learning about black experiences and histories across the world.
During this time, many activists put together reading lists; books...
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