Shlomo Sand, historian and writer
Writer and historian Shlomo Sand interrogates the foundations of nationhood, placing the idea of ‘invention’ above race, religion, and language.
Most black women are still not being heard in Britain today. And those who do speak out are often punished for using their voices. How do we take up a seat at the table and speak on our own terms?
Anand Giridharadas urges us to be sceptical of “win-win” approaches to social change that favour the interests of the global elite and do little to tackle the root causes of systemic injustice and inequality.