Unlearning Racism – Collective Conversation with Esther Stanford-Xosei

Wednesday 10 November 2021

Esther’s talk will delve into her life-long counter-racism and reparatory justice campaigning and organising. It will provide an overview of the meaning, justification and goals of the International Social Movement for Afrikan Reparations (ISMAR).

 

Under international law, the right to effect and secure wholistic reparations are necessary to counter the contemporary legacies of chattel, colonial and neocolonial forms of enslavement as they impact on people of Afrikan ancestry and heritage.

One such legacy is that of structural, systemic, institutional and interpersonal Anti-Black racism including the specific form that is experienced by people of Afrikan descent, known as Afriphobia.

About Esther Stanford-Xosei

Esther is a jurisconsult, reparationist and interdisciplinary law and history scholar-activist who has been engaged in local, national and international reparatory justice activism over the past 20+ years.

Save the Dates!

Our next Unlearning Racism Collective Conversation will be with our Course Mentor Mama D Ujuaje, and will be held on the 19th of January 2022, from 6 – 8.00pm. Our final Collective Conversation for this wave of courses, will be with our Course Mentor, and Director of the Racial Justice Network, Peninah Wangari Jones. This talk will be held on the 9th of Feb 2022, from 6 – 7.30pm.

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