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Reni Eddo-Lodge in conversation with Gemma Cairney (English version)

Cartagena 2022, 

Reni Eddo-Lodge (UK) is one of the most powerful voices around the debate of race today. Multi-awarded journalist, she writes at The New York Times, The Voice, Daily Telegraph or The Guardian, and has been selected as one of the 100 most inspiring women by Elle, as one of the 30 best young people on digital media by The Guardian and awarded the Women of the World Bold Moves Prize. Her first book, Why I am not longer talking to white people about race, has been a sensation around the world. Based on the blog entry with the same name that went viral in 2014. The book addresses in depth the issue of structural racism and the constant denial about it. The stigma attached to non-white and/or racialised groups, white privilege, and the links between race, gender and class are analysed in this lucid essay. In conversation with Gemma Cairney.

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