Why Race Still Matters reviewed in Sociology

Why Race Still Matters has been reviewed in a review essay by Chinelo L. Njaka, titled ‘Race and Racism(s): Current Debates in Global and UK Theorisation and Empiricism’ in the journal Sociology.

Njaka writes,

The most prominent strength of Why Race Still Matters is the breadth and depth of analyses, pulling from diverse sources from multiple national contexts to build upon and challenge contemporary discourses on race and racism. Lentin provides critiques of both the political right and left in the ways that both minimise the continued significance of race in the structuring of societies around the world. She also does not shy away from naming White supremacy and its role in maintaining race and racism throughout the world.

Chinelo L. Njaka, Sociology, First Published January 22, 2021 

Alana Lentin