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Soundings - Issue 75 (Summer 2020): System Change

Institutional racism became part of public discourse in the UK in 1999, after  the Macpherson report on the murder of Stephen Lawrence by the police some years earlier, writes editor Sally Davison in this issue.


  • Editorial: Challenging the structures of racism – Sally Davison, Deborah Grayson and Kirsten Forkert
  • Notes from lockdown – Georgie Wemyss & Nira Yuval-Davis, Hannah Hamad, Joy White, Karen Patel, Deborah Grayson, Alister Wedderburn
  • A beta bailout: the near future of state intervention – Craig Berry, Daniel Bailey and Katy Jones
  • Policing Black sound: performing UK Grime and Rap music under routinised surveillance – Cheraine Donalea Scott
  • Good times for a change? Ireland since the general election – Colin Coulter and John Reynolds
  • Is shifting to US-style deregulation the inevitable consequence of Brexit? – Nick Dearden
  • Centripetal force: a totalitarian movement in contemporary Brazil – Gabriel Feltran
  • The new moving right show – Andy Knott
  • Class and nation in the age of populism: The forward march of labour restarted? – Alvaro de Miranda
  • Gender, race, class, ecology and peac82336e – Vron Ware talks to Jo Littler
  • Conversations with Stuart Hall: unravelling and resistance – Jack Shenker
  • Reviews by John Clarke, Sally Davison
  • World makers of the Black Atlantic – Adom Getachew talks to Ashish Ghadial
Publisher: Lawrence & Wishart / ISBN: 9781912064281
Author: Soundings
Medium: Magazine


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