An interview with Dr. Kehinde Andrews: Empire and Black Radicalism

Interviewed by Sumayya Hasan Dr Kehinde Andrews is Associate Professor in Sociology, School of Social Sciences, Birmingham City University. In 2013, Dr Andrews published his first book “Resisting Racism: Race, Inequality and the Black Supplementary School Movement”. He is now Director of the Centre for Critical Social Research, founder of the Organisation of Black Unity, […]

The Erasure of Black History at SOAS

This is an open letter to all students at my university. To start off Black History Month,  I want to address the failures surrounding Black History in an institutional setting. SOAS has an excellent track record of omitting central points of its history, a history which has paved the way for the campaigns we advocate […]

HUMANS OF SOAS: Black History Month Special

For Black History Month, The SOAS Spirit interviewed black professors on campus. We discuss BME underrepresentation in academia, personal backgrounds, and how Black History should be taught.   DR KWADWO OSEI NYAME, Jnr We’re going to talk about Black History Month a little bit, with the focus on your experience as a BME professor, academic, […]