Era-defining events in 2020 – namely the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on Black and Brown people, the tragic killing of George Floyd and worldwide resistance led by the Black Lives Matter movement – have placed anti-Black racism and White privilege firmly on the public agenda.
A research project led by BBA founder Dr Deborah Gabriel, was published 10 Nov by Trentham Books as a collection of autoethnographies, edited by Dr Gabriel and BBA patron Prof Shirley Anne Tate. Read more
The long awaited collection of autoethnographies documenting the subtle but impactful ways that women of colour experience raced and gendered inequalities in British academia is being published by Trentham Books on 10 November with a VIP launch in central London on the same day. Read more