Black Men and Racial Patriarchy, SOAS, London, 20.10.14

Here is a Storify of a workshop that I led at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. This discovery workshop was very much a continuation of my contribution to Runnymede Trust’s End Racism campaign, where, earlier in the year, I took part in a discussion panel about race and sex. Our workshop explored some of these themes in more detail using a blend of theoretical and experiential learning. It was a very interesting and thought provoking session!

Here is the #SOASBlackMasculinities twitter page for this event!

Here is a related post about Black Feminism and its position within the Racial Patriarchy.

Please visit my Academia.edu page

About ornettedclennon

Composer, Musician, Visiting Enterprise Fellow, NCCPE Public Engagement Ambassador. Dr Clennon is also a Lecturer in Arts and Community Practices in the Contemporary Arts Department at Manchester Metropolitan University.
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