Racism and resistance in the US and UK: Selected readings from the Soundings archive
These articles are all free to view on the LW website.
‘We do not have to be vicious, competitive, or managerial’
Akwugo Emejulu interviewed by Jo Littler
A discussion on community activism in theory and practice, which argues that foregrounding the diverse contributions of women of colour activists is one way to address and redress the ‘raceless discussions of the white left’.
Soundings 73, winter 2019
Right back where we started from
(After Brexit, pp45-50)
The Asian Youth Movements: racism and resistance
Race, migration and neoliberalism
Sally Davison and George Shire
Davison and Shire look at how neoliberalism mobilises common sense ideas about race and migration to win support for exclusionary policies.
Soundings 59, spring 2015
(part of After Neoliberalism? The Kilburn Manifesto)
Kelly discusses Trump in relation to online alt-right narratives on race and gender.
Soundings 66, summer 2017