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Pat Noxolo
Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Birmingham
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Pat Noxolo Aug 4
On leave from this afternoon, for a couple of weeks. Will include a short social media break. See you on the other side!
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Andrew Jackson Aug 2
This week's post 'Today, tomorrow and what comes next' explores why we consider that some experiences deserve to be photographed more than others.
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Jenny Douglas Aug 1
Congratulations! A huge achievement
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Dr Natalie Jester Aug 2
I'm running a workshop on publication for our department PhD candidates on Thursday. Does anyone else have any pearls of wisdom or resources they use for this sort of thing? I have a full plan already but no harm asking!
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Historian Aug 2
Teaching since 2000, none of my French or British students ever used it out loud. Why? bec their 3 years in my classes were abt a history that created that word, fr enslavement, mercantilism, Enlightenment, 2 'scientific racism', 20th&21stC history of gender &critical race theory
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Hannah Marie Robbins 🏳️‍🌈 Aug 2
Report and block is your friend. Just an important Monday reminder. 💜✨🌻
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Walter Rodney discussing African and Indian solidarity in Guyana, with footage of his release from detention in 1979: "When African and Indian workers move together, the local exploiting class will have a very short lease of life."
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BlackHistoryStudies Aug 2
"A slave is someone who sits down and waits for someone to free them" - Frederick Douglas
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Dr Robert Bohan Artist Aug 2
Donna Summer (1977) I Feel Love
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Octavia Butler knew... Aug 2
These industries don’t know what to do with darker skinned black women who have never hated their complexions.
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Disposable Human Jul 31
The continued rendering of black bodies as disposable...
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Disposable Human Aug 2
I went to the cemetery to visit my grandparents graves. They were like parents to me after my mum was killed. It had been years since I had been able to go due to prison. And in one big swoop all of the memories fell out of me like autumn leaves being scattered by the wind...
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Disposable Human Aug 2
We are at a critical juncture where the calls for structural change, including defunding the police and abolishing prisons to remedy state violence and racial capitalism are the pre eminent demand of our movement....1/7
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alana lentin Aug 2
Good luck getting ‘KK’ to give a damn
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Charles Onyango-Obbo Aug 2
On 120th anniversary of the Pan-African Conference.. celebrate the “sheroic” role played by African women the world over, who not only confronted racist Europeans, but also sexist men who wanted to reduce [them] to cooks, tea girls & baby-making factories
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Nalini Aug 2
Gavor Ullah. 23 yrs old. From Pakistan. Shot in the back on Edgware Road, London in the middle of the day. 1965. (documented in Sambo at Large, Martin Carter) Thanks to for this history, pas oublié.
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Dr. Octavia Cade Aug 2
As one of the living NZ authors, this was undeniably disappointing. However, it gives me an excuse to talk about all the living NZ SFF authors you do not know.
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BDF (Black diaspora faggotry) Aug 2
I feel I should reiterate that I am not opposed to Afropessimism as a theoretical school of thought. It think it does important work. I have questions. I will continue to have questions. I will also continue to see its value.
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Roosters World Aug 2
Well some of our birds are innovative where they used the plastic cord/shredding from the bags to make a cushion in their nests. I wonder if it has a negative impact on them. Hmmmm. The stuff you encounter while surveying
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The Republic Aug 2
The feminist champions of literature have their pens ready, full of fire, energy and imagination, emitting hidden truths through their words, and steadily reinventing the narratives of women in Northern Nigeria.
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