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20 Questions and Answers on Black Europe Paperback

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20 Questions and Answers on Black Europe Paperback

The book puts Black people in Europe at the center of analysis, defines and interrogates the key aspects of Black Europe, and describes and elaborates the circumstances of Black people across twelve nations in Europe. Who are we, how did we get here, (historically) where are we located, what are our economic, political and social circumstances? What are our main organizations, what are our priorities and what actions, activities are we involved in – what is our agency – to confront institutional racism and achieve social justice. e primary focus is on citizenship and institutional racism – rather than on immigration and assimilation. An analysis of gender is at the core of the book and examination of how gender ideologies and institutional practices shape citizenship, politics, social inequality; as well as describing the main Black women’s organizations, their activities and priorities for knowledge production and social justice.

Stephen Small is a professor of African American studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where he has taught since 1995. His research focuses on the African diaspora, and on public history and collective memory of slavery. He teaches courses on race, class and gender, globalization, and the African diaspora. He has held visiting positions in the UK, France, the Netherlands and Brazil. He was director of Education Abroad Programs in France (2002-2004); in Spain, (2013-2015) and visiting professor at the University of Amsterdam, (2010-2015). He was born and raised in Liverpool, and has lived in the United States for more than 30 years.



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