Monthly Archives: November 2013

Some thoughts on bell hooks – on angry women and postcolonial feminism

By Sara Salem I don’t usually find myself getting very emotional when I watch interviews or debates, especially between academics. But this talk with bell hooks and Melissa Harris-Perry somehow managed to make me feel a lot of things I hadn’t before. … Continue reading

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There is no shame in coming out

By Huma Munshi As an equalities professional I have always been extremely keen to get people to tick those little monitoring boxes – the ones that ask your ethnic background or gender, for example. All my professional learning has led … Continue reading

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