Reflecting Value Ep 4: From where we stand

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Reflecting Value Ep 4: From where we stand

By Centre for Cultural Value

SUMMARY

Hosted by Emily Zobel-Marshall in conversation with five Leeds-based cultural leaders. This episode explores leadership, wellbeing and intersections with ethnicity and gender.

Hosted by Emily Zobel-Marshall this episode is in conversation with the 'Leeds 5': Kully Thiarai, Amanda Huxtable, Keranjeet Kaur Virdee, Sharon Watson and Kathy Williams, five Leeds-based Black and Asian cultural leaders. Together they share their thoughts about the impact of racial trauma on their decision making as cultural leaders and artists.

Please note, this episode features discussion of the death of George Floyd and violence against people from Black and Asian communities.

Host
Dr Emily Zobel Marshall (Leeds Beckett University) - Lecturer in School of Cultural Studies

Guests  

Recommended Reading

Afua Hirsch – Brit(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging
Layla Saad – Me and White Supremacy: A Guided Journal
Reni Eddo-Lodge – Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race
Akala - Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire
Brook, O’Brien and Taylor – Culture Is Bad For You

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Reflecting Value was co-produced by Dr. Robyn Dowlen and Mikey Nissenbaum
Artwork by Mikey Nissenbaum
Published: 2021
Resource type: Podcasts