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Racial Justice Network: Resist, Remember, Repair

Free – donations welcome

Whilst calls to ‘decolonise’ are now commonplace on UK university campuses and activist spaces, the term is at risk of being reduced to a mere buzzword, bereft of historical and socio-political context, and emptied of its radical impetus.

Migration Matters Online Festival is pleased to host the Racial Justice Network in an interview with African Voices Platform to discuss decolonisation.

Join the discussion online.

Or watch without interaction below during/after the live stream.

Free – donations welcome.

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