Kehinde Andrews (@kehinde_andrews )

Kehinde Andrews

Bio Professor of #BlackStudiesBCU @MyBcu and Chair of @OBU_BlackUnity. My new book Back to Black: Retelling Black Radicalism for 21st C out now with @zedbooks
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Android : Today is the launch of my research Insider-Outsider, examining the role of race in shaping the experiences of BME students at Goldsmiths and Goldsmiths Students’ Union & how racism permeates the academic lifecycle.

gold.ac.uk/media/docs/rep…

Android : My car alarm was going off randomly at night for a few days. About to book it to the garage when t went off and I opened the door and found a GIANT moth flying around...safe to say I haven't driven the it since and the neighbours are getting mad about the alarm 😂

Twitter Web App : Maybe the 4th time I’ve bought this book, always gets borrowed & never returned. I think important books have a way of finding those who need to read them. This one came to me as a 15y/o helping to change my outlook in a lot of ways. A must read, but don’t ask to borrow mine🤓

Android : Think of an object that is important to you

Do you think that object would make sense to people in 100 years?

What about the objects in museums now? Question, challenge and discuss this on Friday 🙌🏽

eventbrite.co.uk/e/unlocked-col…

Android : Todays #BlackHistoryMonth essential reading is Back to Black by Kehinde Andrews, which looks at the history of black radical politics from Marcus Garvey to Black Lives Matter. Having only come out this summer, it is the newest book on our #BHM list.

Android : On #BlackStudiesBCU youre not just a student, its like a spiritual connection. Like your soul is in the course from Cain, one of our second years talking to Remani Love for a BBC Inside Out WM feature on Black students experiences in HE. Respect to all the students who took part

Android : When I was in college I had a white sociology teacher tell me black people from single parent house holds (like me) end up in prison, pregnant, or uneducated.

Today I’m publishing academic research into racism in higher education.

Thank you Morris, I told you you were wrong.

Android : On #BlackStudiesBCU youre not just a student, its like a spiritual connection. Like your soul is in the course from Cain, one of our second years talking to Remani Love for a BBC Inside Out WM feature on Black students experiences in HE. Respect to all the students who took part

Android : 59% of Bangladeshi children
54% of Pakistani children
47% of Black children

In Britain live in poverty

I suspect this is more of a concern for their families than any other issue, yet it gets almost no public or policy attention