Tag: Antiracism

Chapter 3: Making it About Race

This reading from Chapter 3 of ‘Why Race Still Matters’ recalls the 2018 ‘Lefty Boot Camp’ sketch from Australian satirical news show, Tonightly, in which antiracists are admonished for the failures of ‘the left’. I argue that a lack of interest in the actual history of…


Talking ‘Understanding Race’ with 3CR Community Radio

I was delighted to have been interviewed for the Thursday Breakfast show on 3CR Community radio out of Naarm (Melbourne). Em Castle asked some really great questions. Topics included the unit I am teaching this semester, antiracist education and ACRAWSA’s letter of objection to the Australian…

Learning from Lisa Lowe

Lisa Lowe‘s 2015 book, The Intimacies of Four Continents, is the impetus for this week’s blog, the fifth in my Race Critical and Decolonial Sociology series. This groundbreaking work challenges us to unread standard accounts of the development of capitalist modernity and political liberalism. It does…

Antiracism apps and the impact on race and embodiment

Race and embodiment in antiracism apps from Alana Lentin on Vimeo. I gave a talk at the 10th Somatechnics Conference – Technicity, Temporality, Embodiment – at Byron Bay, 1-3 December 2016 on the antiracism apps project I am co-researching with Justine Humphry. You can listen here.