15 October 6:00pm (GMT)

Following on his Windrush Day Lecture, Professor Stephen Small explores how education and academia can start to examine the accountability, systematic racism, untold perspectives and ignored history.  As we reconsider what is being taught and how it is being taught, and where we start the process of decolonising the curriculum.

Ticket provides access to the lecture and a digital copy of Professor Stephen Small’s extended Windrush Day Lecture.

With the support with Stephen Lawrence Research Centre and Windrush Fund.

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