In this week's episode Tissot and Chantelle spotlight the work of the Good Law project by exploring some of their cases/exposures on the UK government handling of the COVID-19 global pandemic. https://goodlawproject.org
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E140 Malcolm Richards: Black education, Englishness & Devon
58:37In this episode, we mainly use the teachings of Paul Gilroy, Stuart Hall and bell hooks to discuss Malcolm's life as a graduate of the supplementary school movement (Hackney) to his present-day as a scholar-activist in Devon. Links: https://linktr.ee/malcolmrichards
E139 Gloria Morrison & Lisa: Joint Enterprise, Not Guilty by Association (JENGbA)
1:03:05Campaigners and activists Gloria and Lisa joined us to break down the history and contemporary injustices of Joint Enterprise. Joint Enterprise is a common law doctrine where an individual can be jointly convicted of the crime of another if the court decides they foresaw that the other party was likely to commit that crime. https://jointenterprise.co/
E030 The Reflection with Tissot & Chantelle: Good Law Project receipts
24:26In this week's episode Tissot and Chantelle spotlight the work of the Good Law project by exploring some of their cases/exposures on the UK government handling of the COVID-19 global pandemic. https://goodlawproject.org
E138 Amit Singh: Race & class in a Muay Thai/Kickboxing Gym
57:11In this episode we draw on themes from Amits's ethnographic PhD research centred on the durability of racialisation and racial habitus in a Muay Thai/Kickboxing Gym in East London. Our discussion centres around arguments in this paper https://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/UNEDER6JY83KRD6CA74V/full
E029 The Reflection with David Wearing: Afghanistan, imperialism & racism
53:46David returned to the show to discuss the military withdrawals from Afghanistan and some of the global legacies of the war on terror. We finish by exploring some of our fears around the government and media’s continued rejection of anti-racism and the BLM movement.
E137 April-Louise Pennant: Black women in education, Wales & reparations
57:18April-Louise returned to the show to discuss her PhD thesis on the educational trajectories of Black women in the English education system. Later we focus on A-L’s time working for the Welsh government and the legacies of Penrhyn Castle, slavery and the Pennant family. Links: https://podcasts.apple.com/sb/podcast/the-legacy-of-penrhyn-castle-pt-1/id1501716010?i=1000530825810 https://crishet.mandela.ac.za/Staff-Associates/April-Louise-Pennant https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00131857.2020.1769602
E028 The Reflection with Danny Dorling: Beyond peak inequality
1:09:31Danny joined us for his annual visit to the show to outline current trends in local and global inequalities with discussions on Brexit, the war on terror, the tories and COVID-19.
E136 Hannah Jones: Violent Ignorance; Confronting Racism & Migration Control
1:02:07Hannah joined us to discuss her conceptualisation of ‘Violent Ignorance’ in her latest book which ‘sets out to examine how the past persists in the present, how trauma is silenced or reappears, and how we might reimagine identity and connection in ways that counter - rather than ignore - historic violence’. Links- https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/violent-ignorance-9781786998613/
E135 Kieron Turner: BDS, racial capitalism & Black Marxism
56:55Kieron joined us to outline and explain the history and contemporary activism of the BDS movement. We also explore how supporting Palestinian liberation presents multiple opportunities for international solidarity building. Links: https://palestineaction.org/
E027 The Reflection with Rima Saini: Race, politics & the South Asian middle classes
56:14Rima returns to the show to discuss her research on South Asian middle classes in the context of the current British government, critical race theory, the sewer report and authoritarian capitalism. Useful links: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/about-us/our-people/staff-directory/profile/saini-rima