Black Scholarship as Black Resistance: A Talk with Guilaine Kinouani

Wednesday 13 October 2021

A talk with Guilaine Kinouani, psychologist, clinician and director/founder of Race Reflections, about her new book Living While Black


The Goldsmiths MA Black British History welcomes Guilaine Kinouani, who will give a talk about her new book, Living While Black: The Essential Guide to Overcoming Racial Trauma (Penguin/Ebury, 2021).

A link for this online event will be sent ahead of the event.

Guilaine Kinouani is the director and founder of Race Reflections. She is a psychologist and clinician with over 15 years of experience working with issues of equality and justice in the fields of community development, research, management, organisational consultancy, training and psychotherapy. As an educator, Guilaine teaches critical psychology and black studies to undergraduates and widely shares a scholarship through various mediums. Guilaine writes all articles, designs training courses, e-learning solutions for Race Reflections and Race Reflections ACADEMY. She also leads on organisational interventions, community engagement and overviews the overall strategic direction of Race Reflections.

Guilaine’s first book Living While Black: The essential guide to overcoming Racial Trauma (Ebury: Penguin Random House) is a powerful exposé of the lived experience of various manifestations of racism and their impact on the mind and body through arresting case studies, eye-opening research and effective and innovative coping techniques.

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