Dispatches from Africa and the Diaspora: #BlackLivesMatter Everywhere

July 29, 2016 – Segment 3BLM Everywhere

We talk with Dr. Kehinde Andrews, Chair of the Organization of Black Unity and Co-chair of the Black Studies Association and author of the book ‘Blackness in Britain’ and the forthcoming ‘The Politics of Black Radicalism’, Esther Stanford-Xosei Lawyer, jurisconsult, and community advocate Co-vice Chair of the Pan-Afrikan Reparations Coalition in Europe (PARCOE), and Azeezat Johnson PhD student at the University of Sheffield in the UK; her research includes work with Black Muslim women in Britain, with key interests Black feminism, the language of race in different contexts and decolonizing knowledge production within academic spaces. We discuss the future of the UK post-Brexit, and what Black Lives Matter has meant in the European context.

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  1. “spokesperson T.J. Smith said Lor Scoota’s death appears to have been a “retaliatory incident related to a violent crime that had occurred earlier.” Investigators believe he may have been associated with someone who committed an earlier crime, and got caught up in “a tennis match of violence,” according to Smith.
    Police continue to ask the public to call or send in tips and video related to the case.
    “The only way we’re going to put an end to this is all of us working together,” Smith said.
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